Sunbury Line Upgrade
The $2.1 billion Sunbury Line Upgrade will enable bigger, more modern trains to run on the line.
A range of enhancements are needed on the Sunbury Line to take full advantage of the extra capacity created by the Metro Tunnel and for more modern trains to run.
The Sunbury Line Upgrade will see various upgrades within the rail corridor extending from Sunbury to Footscray.
Works are currently underway in the Sydenham, Calder Park, Footscray and Albion precincts. Learn more about upgrades in your area.
The Sunbury Line Upgrade, in conjunction with the Metro Tunnel, will deliver major improvements in capacity, reliability and frequency of services on the Sunbury Line. Learn more.
Download copies of the notifications distributed to the local work areas. Learn more.
As part of the Sunbury Line Upgrade, we’re building an electrical substation in St Albans to provide essential power for bigger, more modern trains to run along the line.
We’re removing the level crossing at Gap Road and want you to have your say on the future of the Sunbury precinct.
Buses replace trains at various times from 6 to 21 November on the Sunbury, Werribee, Williamstown, Bendigo, Geelong and Ballarat lines.