The Australian and Victorian governments have invested more than $2 billion in the Regional Rail Revival program, which is upgrading every regional passenger rail line in Victoria and creating 1,000 jobs.
We’re upgrading the train stabling facility at Ararat Station to deliver an extra weekday service to Ararat.
Learn more: Ararat stabling upgrade
Duplicated track between Deer Park West and Melton, station upgrades, additional passing loops and stabling.
Learn more: Ballarat Line Upgrade
Bendigo and Echuca
Track speed upgrades between Epsom and Echuca and signalling upgrades between Bendigo and Epsom and Eaglehawk.
Learn more: Bendigo and Echuca Line Upgrade
Donnybrook and Wallan
Station upgrades include adding new car parking spaces, platform extension with shelters and better access at Donnybrook, and extension of the waiting room and new bathrooms, platform extension with shelters and bus bays at Wallan.
Learn more: Donnybrook and Wallan station upgrades
Upgrade of Waurn Ponds Station, planning for Armstrong Creek transit corridor and future upgrades.
Learn more: Geelong Line Upgrade
Duplicated track between Bunyip and Longwarry, extending the crossing loop, level crossing and signalling upgrades, station upgrades and building a new bridge over the Avon River.
Learn more: Gippsland Line Upgrade
Track upgrades and supporting infrastructure to allow VLocity trains to run all the way to Albury.
Learn more: North East Line Upgrade
New and upgraded stabling, crossing loop and platform extensions, signalling, track and level crossing upgrades. Upgrades to Donnybrook and Wallan stations.
Learn more: Shepparton Line Upgrade
New crossing loop, level crossing upgrades and improved signalling.
Learn more: Warrnambool Line Upgrade
The Victorian and Australian governments have committed more than $300 million in additional funding for the Regional Rail Revival program, bringing the total investment to more than $2 billion.
Construction has started on upgrading the Armytage Road level crossing in Winchelsea
Construction on the new rail bridge over the Avon River has reached another major milestone, with the first beams lifted into place to form the superstructure of the new bridge.
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