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^ Thanks Cirrus.

A summary of the Victorian government's transport agenda. (The start of this thread is all about its major one, the Suburban Rail Loop - below is everything else).

Level Crossing Removals

www.levelcrossings.vic.gov.au

For the 2014 election, one of the biggest policy initiatives from the ALP was to remove 50 level crossings over an 8 year period (two terms of government). There's over 150 within the metropolitan area and removing them is seen as a necessity to eventually move all rail lines in Melbourne to a 10 minute off-peak frequency (can be anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes depending on the line at the moment) plus obviously far better during peaks.

The ALP government came in and got started on them, so much so, they were anticipating to remove 20 by the end of the first term but they actually completed 29 by the recent state election.

One of the more controversial - at the time - level crossing removals were the 9 to be removed between Caulfield and Dandenong through elevated sections (turns out there was no electoral backlash at the most recent election) - elevating above the existing corridor has enabled a huge linear park to be created where the tracks used to be.

At this state election, the ALP expanded their list of 50 to 75 which will see some lines now almost entirely level crossing free. First 50 were financed through selling the leasehold on the Port of Melbourne ($8-9bil), next 25 will be financed through public debt finance.

Pic from @crossingwatch on twitter.



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Metro Tunnel

www.metrotunnel.vic.gov.au

A new centre-city rail tunnel linking the Pakenham/Cranbourne lines from the South-East (through that new elevated track section above) to the Sunbury line in the North-West. Planning kicked off relatively quickly after the 2014 election and early works construction started a year ago. The first of the 4 TBMs will be arriving soon and the major construction on CBD stations started last week.

This tunnel frees up two existing city loop tracks - Pakenham/Cranbourne moved to the cross-town line means Frankston will have an exclusive loop around the city. Taking Sunbury out of another loop allows the Craigieburn and Upfield lines to have exclusive use of another single track loop. Effectively banking in a lot of track capacity.

Pakenham/Cranbourne and eventually Sunbury (and Melton - see below) will have a dedicated fleet of new trains (longer than normal - 7 car as opposed to 6, potentially scalable with platform extensions to 10 car, a new signalling system (which is taking one or two leaps in generations compared to what currently operates on the network) and a power system upgrade (1500V DC -> 1500-2000V DC). They're called HCMTs - High-Capacity Metro Trains. Capacity 1380 @ 7 cars.

The train bodies are manufactured in China and all the other main components - bogies, pantographs, traction motors, reverse cycle AC units - are manufactured locally and assembled locally in the historic Newport rail yards. The first of the trains was towed out to the mega depot out in Pakenham Recently.

This is a PPP - it's not known exactly how much public investment (estimates have been put at $5-6bil) - financed out of the State's own budget over past 4 years (property boom has meant a huge influx of stamp duty taxes).

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Melbourne Airport Rail Link

A perennial project that has hit the sweet spot in terms of getting bipartisan support from ALP and Liberal parties at both State and Federal level. Federal Government committed $5billion earlier in 2018 and state government (and opposition) committed to match it with another $5bil.

Rather than write a thesis, essentially the corridor has been selected (there were multiple options) which will see new tracks - we think - built from Southern Cross (the main regional train station) to Sunshine in the West and then north up to the airport along the interstate / standard gauge corridor (presumably alongside existing tracks).

The commitment for this election was to finalise the business case (which has been underway for 6 months) and the government prior to the election called for expressions of interest to partner in the project's delivery. A few days after that announcement one of the owners of the leasehold on Melbourne Airport unveiled its own PPP that would see $10bil of public finance (already committed) plus, presumably, another $5bil (as they nominate the project will cost $15bil in total). The Unsolicited proposal was adapted to interface with other projects - like the Suburban Rail Loop and possibly even the regional rail projects - whether it's successful or not we'll know within a year or two.

The Unsolicited proposal: www.airrailmelbourne.com.au

The projects main site where business case documentation will eventually go when it's complete: https://bigbuild.vic.gov.au/projects/airport-rail-link

Western Rail Plan - Melton and Wyndham Vale

https://bigbuild.vic.gov.au/projects/western-rail-plan

The Melton line is a non-electrified regional line that runs through one of the growth ('sprawl') corridors in the west and just before the election the ALP unveiled the Western Rail Plan which would see track quadruplications (to separate new metro [electrified] lines from regional [diesel] lines from Sunshine to Melton and Wyndham Vale) and track electrification and eventually metro services.

It's likely that Melton and Wyndham Vale, when they're quadruplicated and electrified will hook into the Metro Tunnel in some shape or form and all the stations in the outer suburban areas that currently have to squeeze on regional services (from Ballarat and Geelong) will be shifted on to Metro with regional services running express into the city.

When the Suburban Rail Loop was unveiled, the western section was really undercooked, the Western Rail Plan gives more context - effectively this western rail plan will facilitate the last path between Sunshine and Werribee, as per the map below.

This promise was another business case promise (like the Suburban Rail Loop) with an expected completion of the case in 2019/2020. It ties into the Faster Rail for Geelong (see below).



Cranbourne Line

https://bigbuild.vic.gov.au/projects...e-line-upgrade

The Cranbourne line is, for the most part, a single track line from Dandenong to Cranbourne and the ALP promised to duplicate the line and plan for the extension of it further out to Clyde (the edge of the south-east Melbourne growth boundary). The opposition promised to extend first, duplicate later - the ALP won government so duplication will come first.

Many of the new 25 level crossings (expanding the original list of 50 to 75, see above) are on the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines between the terminii and Dandenong - Cranbourne line duplication effectively makes it level crossing free.

Higher-speed rail to Geelong

https://bigbuild.vic.gov.au/projects...ail-to-geelong

Outside the metro area, Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo and Traralgon services are capable of running at 160kph (that was a project from the 2000s to modernise regional rail services) and now they want to look at ways in making Geelong - the second largest city in Victoria - even faster. It ties in with the Western Rail Plan (which is focused on quadruplication of track) and it's really pie in the sky at the moment - we'll all be 'watching this space'.

Side note: there was a project to introduce a new generation of regional trains (the last introduced in the 2000s for the 160kph services), wouldn't be surprised if the next gen will have a top speed of 200kph. Also fully suspect that the Geelong line will be electrified as it isn't outside the bounds of possibility that Geelong will see 10-minute frequencies in peaks/off-peaks over the next 10 years.

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The state government is also pursuing the north-East Link to complete Melbourne's orbital freeway network as well. It'll be a toll road and is reported to be costing $15bil - this will be a PPP like all major freeway construction over the past 10-15 years.

https://northeastlink.vic.gov.au/
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A ride along the Djerring trail which was created when the level crossing removal program went through the area - all the elevated sections were built/opened in late 2017/during 2018. The video is between Caulfield and 'almost' Dandenong on the Pakenham/Cranbourne lines, if you refer to one of the maps above.

Recommend watching at double speed with your own soundtrack.

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First of the 4 TBMs for the Metro Tunnel is now on a boat from China en route to Melbourne.

Bit of a lol, but they've got a tracking page for the boat here: https://metrotunnel.vic.gov.au/const...es/tbm-tracker

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Old Posted Jan 30, 2019, 11:43 PM
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^ the TBM is now a day or two from arriving in Melbourne.

Also today, the State Government announced that geotechnical investigations have started on the Melbourne Airport Rail Link.

https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/drill...-airport-link/

Soil testing to help inform the detailed Business Case for Melbourne Airport Rail Link has begun as preliminary planning works ramp up.

Geotechnical drilling is the latest stage of preparatory work for the project that will boost connectivity between Melbourne and the regions.

Geotechnical investigations are used to establish ground conditions and soil quality, and involve drilling boreholes up to 25 centimetres in diameter and 45 metres deep to collect soil and rock samples.

Rail Projects Victoria, which will oversee delivery of the Melbourne Airport Rail Link (MARL), is assessing ground conditions across several locations to enable detailed planning.

These investigations are being conducted at six sites around the M80 Ring Road in Tullamarine and near the Maribyrnong River to guide further planning of the preferred Sunshine route. Each investigation takes around two weeks to complete.

The works will inform the design of the new rail line and how it will be built, with a further phase of testing to occur later this year.

The investigations are a crucial element of the full Business Case process, which is assessing design options for the long-awaited rail link to Melbourne Airport.

Expert technical advisors started initial environmental investigations in late 2018, with ecological surveys to identify any protected flora and fauna.

Construction of Melbourne Airport Rail Link is scheduled to start in 2022, subject to required approvals. Construction is expected to take up to nine years.

The Andrews Labor Government has committed up to $5 billion to build this vital project, which will run from the CBD to Melbourne Airport via Sunshine and form the north-western section of the Suburban Rail Loop. The Commonwealth has also committed funding to make the Link a reality.

The total cost of the project will be determined in the full Business Case and is estimated in the range of $8-$13 billion.


Quotes attributable to Minister for Transport Infrastructure Jacinta Allan

“Whether it’s the Airport Rail Link, the Metro Tunnel, removing level crossings or planning for the Suburban Rail Loop – we’re getting it done.”

“We’ve made sure the Airport Rail Link will benefit all Victorians – delivering a new super-hub at Sunshine and paving the way for fast rail to the regions.”

“It will deliver wider benefits beyond simply moving tourists and business people between the CBD and the airport. It will help us transform the way people live, work and travel right across Victoria.”
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The first TBM has arrived and the names of the four units have been unveiled.

1. Joan Kirner, first female premier of VIC.
2. Meg Lanning, current captain of Australian national women's cricket team
3. Alice Appleford, a civilian and military nurse during WW1 and WW2, one of only 7 nurses to receive the gallantry award from that time.
4. Millie Peacock, Victoria's first female MP.

Joan is currently at the North Melbourne (née Arden) site and will be the first to kick off.

Pics from the media conf: https://twitter.com/adamlcarey/statu...80485573652480

How they'll be sequenced:

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Watch, if only for the pretty snippets of South Yarra's mini skyline - Jan saw a big shutdown of existing lines so they could start the prep work for the eastern portal on the Metro tunnel in South Yarra. Another big shutdown expected later this year.

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TBM 2 ('Meg') is almost here as well.

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^ 2nd TBM has well and truly arrived for Melbourne Metro.

Yesterday, the Victorian Premier and Prime Minister announced from Sunshine station's platforms that they'd signed the Heads of Agreement on the MARL - Melbourne Airport Rail Link. This effectively formalises the previously committed 2 x $5bil from the state and federal government.

Media release:

https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/airpo...eement-signed/

Melbourne Airport Rail Link (MARL) is set to become a reality, with the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments formally signing off on the project.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced the signing of the Heads of Agreement today, which sets out the strategic objectives, governance arrangements and information sharing processes for the $10 billion joint commitment.

Mr Morrison said the people of Melbourne and Victoria had been waiting far too long for the rail link to become a reality.

“For decades Victorians have talked about a train line to the airport. We are delivering it. In last year’s Budget we made a $5 billion investment in the Melbourne Airport Rail Link, it was the biggest infrastructure commitment in the Budget.

“Melbourne is truly a global city that deserves world class infrastructure. The Rail Link is part of our plan to bust congestion across the city and get people home faster and safer.

“I’d like to thank the Premier and Minister Tudge who have worked constructively with me to land this agreement and bring the project closer to fruition.”

A project team will be established to drive the development of a full Business Case for the project, which will not only connect Melbourne Airport to the rail network for the first time – but also integrate it with the Metro Tunnel and the future Suburban Rail Loop, and pave the way for fast-rail to the regions.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said the Victorian Government is not wasting a minute leading the planning work for an Airport Rail Link that delivers for all Victorians.

“The Melbourne Airport Rail Link has been talked about for far too long – we’re doing the detailed planning and development work to make it a reality,” Mr Andrews said.

“By choosing the Sunshine route, we are ensuring all Victorians can benefit from the rail link, including people living in Geelong, Ballarat and Bendigo. As we complete the business case, we’re also doing the work needed to deliver fast rail to the regions.”

Melbourne Airport is a key part of Victoria and Australia’s economic growth. In 2016-17, it handled more than 35 million passenger movements and by 2038, it is expected to almost double to more than 67 million, as Victoria’s population continues to grow and demand increases.

Melbourne Airport Rail Link will alleviate congestion on the main road connection to the airport, the Tullamarine Freeway, and unlock capacity for the growing population in Melbourne’s north-west.

Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population Alan Tudge said following the successful widening of the Tullamarine Freeway, the airport link would bust congestion for generations to come.

“This is a critical project for Melbourne. It will make it easier for residents and make our city more attractive to visitors,” Mr Tudge said.

“When complete, someone in Pakenham, Frankston or Ringwood will be able to get onto the train, and be at the airport in the time it would have taken to drive, but without having to worry about parking.”

Victorian Minister for Transport Infrastructure Jacinta Allan said this is part of the Victorian Government’s unprecedented pipeline of major transport projects.

“We’re building the Metro Tunnel, removing dangerous level crossings and getting on with the Melbourne Airport Rail Link.”

“This is not just about getting from the airport to the city – it’s about better connecting our suburbs and regions, so people have better services wherever they live.”

Planning and development of the MARL Business Case is already well underway. Rail Projects Victoria has engaged expert technical and commercial advisers for the project, and ecological, traffic and geotechnical investigations have begun.

Early market engagement on the MARL attracted submissions from more than 100 local and global organisations. Further market sounding will be undertaken to assess equity partners, private sector involvement, financing arrangements and other matters.

A reference group including community, industry and local government representatives will be established to provide guidance and feedback to the project team as the Business Case is developed.

The State and Federal Governments have committed up to $5 billion each to deliver MARL. The total cost of the project is estimated to be in the range of $8-13 billion, with construction to take up to nine years and due to commence in 2022.

The Business Case will be delivered by 2020 and will assess station and procurement options, value capture and creation opportunities, and economic analysis of the recommended solution.
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With apologies to people viewing this thread on a smartphone, also recently the designs for two more stations on the ongoing level crossing removal project across the entire metropolitan area were released.

It's the Frankston line (runs southwards from the city along the eastern side of the bay) - Cheltenham and Mentone. They've decided to sink the rail lines below grade, retaining heritage station structures in the process. Cheltenham will retain it's 3 platform/3 track configuration as it will have a greater emphasis on running 'short-run' services once the metro tunnel is open.

2 level crossings are removed at Cheltenham and 1 at Mentone.











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there have been a fair few level crossing removal announcements of late (The state government is still announcing/releasing the designs for the original list of 50 level crossings to be removed - a 2014 election promise) and we're now starting to see some driver's eye view videos creep in on work that's been completed over the past 1-2 years.

The video below is on the Pakenham/Cranbourne lines where 9 level crossings were removed by elevated structures (dubbed locally 'skyrail') between Dandenong and Caulfield stations. This trunk line (and its two branches) will eventually exclusively use the metro tunnel to connect to the Sunbury line (that relates to the fuss about TBMs above).

It's a Before, during construction, and after construction video along the Noble Park segment (3 level crossings were removed in two elevated sections. There were two other segments: at Clayton that removed 2 level crossings and between Caulfield and Oakleigh where 4 level crossings were removed.)

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Pakenham/Cranbourne = light blue line in the south-east.

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We're at the start of the autumn/easter school holiday construction blitz/shutdown/armageddon.

~5 rail lines are out of action of the school holiday period (this week and next) as well as the week after (when easter monday and ANZAC day (25th) public holidays occur).

One of the reasons for the shutdown is the digging of the dive structure for the metro tunnel in South Yarra. South Yarra is the point at which four train lines converge, three of them (Pakenham/Cranbourne and Frankston) are having track moved permanently to make way for the dive.





From SSC, the trench has been widened and William Street bridge removed quite quickly.

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A handy pic from the Metro Tunnel project's facebook page.

The site of the new North Melbourne (used to be referred to as Arden) station. (North Melbourne already exists on the rail map, and you can see it on the far right of the image - that station will be renamed to West Melbourne).



The entire site is owned by the Victorian Government and they're going to be redeveloping the whole lot with 10% affordable/social housing among the key features once the rail tunnel work is done.
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Incidentally, on either side of the station pit, under the black tarp/wrapping = the first two TBMs for the project, in parts naturally. They'll be assembled in the pit and sent on their way once excavation is done. They'll head west [toward bottom of the pic] first to the western portal and then disassembled, trucked back to this site, reassembled and then sent toward the city. The end point in the city is Melbourne Central - Aurora (the tower which is almost done in the pic above, with the gold scaffold near the top) is right next to Melbourne Central/State Library station.
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Crossposting from SSC, pic taken by local aerial outfit lensasoft of Flinders Street in colours for the Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday Appeal.... which just happens to show the work so far done on the southern end of the Town Hall/Flinders Street station for the metro tunnel - two of the three station entrances now visible.

The new underground station will link with the main station under Flinders Street - bottom right. The station will also have a path under Flinders Street to link it with Federation square - bottom left.



Source and other aerial images from Good Friday: https://twitter.com/Lensaloft/status...04857854906368
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An overview of Anzac station, the first of the stations after the eastern portal (North Melbourne station above is the first station after the western portal).

The station box for this one is being built in two stages and like North Melbourne, is a TBM launch site. They're pouring the roof first before excavating under in order to restore (and rejig a few times) St Kilda Road and tram tracks above.



(again from Metro's facebook page).

How they're building Anzac station:

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One week out from the Federal election and the Labor party has just committed to spend $10 billion of Federal dollyroos on the Suburban Rail Loop. https://www.theage.com.au/federal-el...11-p51mak.html

The Liberals (the government) have tried to resurrect a freeway project that has been twice rejected at state elections.
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The first of the TBMs for the metro tunnel is about to set off on its first run, video via twitter: https://twitter.com/9NewsMelb/status...78086193410048
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The Suburban Rail Loop (refer to earlier posts) is currently having a lot of jobs recruited for at the moment with a business case expected to be delivered early/mid next year. The state Government was re-upped this video, initially used to announce the project and adding it to its election pitch last year.

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This week the Suburban Rail Loop authority was established and government announced geotechnical investigations to inform station & precinct locations has kicked off.

It also has its own website now (which is light on content at the moment). https://suburbanrailloop.vic.gov.au/

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The first of 4 TBMs has well and truly kicked off on its first leg for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel project. From the project's facebook page:



There's also been a fair few more level crossing removal announcements in the past month.

Aviation Road on the Werribee line has had its new road bridge complete and is open to traffic. Removal of the existing Level crossing (viewable in pic below) is now underway and the Aircraft station improvements are now kicking off. This is officially the 30th of 75 level crossings to be removed.



Hallam station (Pakenham line) will be rebuilt and the railway elevated above the existing road/rail grade.



Toorak Road (Glen Waverley line) works have just ramped up - it was announced earlier this year that the railway will be elevated above the existing road/rail grade.



What it currently looks like:



Clyde Road in Berwick (Pakenham line) will be dug under the existing railway grade - a similar project like this was done one stop up the line in Narre Warren ~15 years ago.



The Cranbourne line is getting duplicated and includes a few level crossings - this work kicks off early next year to finally bring 10min or better frequencies to the Cranbourne line. This is Greens Road in the industrial Dandenong South area (railway will be elevated above existing rail/road grade).

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That is exactly what they should have done with the entire Blue line in LA. Congrats to Melbourne for building real transit!
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