Crossing the Moorooduc Highway 2013 ?

 
  ogigacz Junior Train Controller

Location: Melbourne, Australia
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T411 Crossing Moorooduc Highway
http://www.railpage.com.au/f-t5124.htm

Regards, David Head,Mod in housekeeping mode.
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Sorry to dig up an old thread, but I have a question.

These days how often do trains cross the Moorooduc Highway?

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  xxxxlbear Token Booking Clerk

Location: Geelong
Looking at the state of the track across the highway, I'd be game to say, absolutely NONE! Confused
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
The crossing does not have the expected and probably required?? level of crossing protection and that highway is quite busy.  Are there plans to restore track back to the junction?
  Prowsee Locomotive Driver

Location: Somerville
They don't anymore and probably wont until final approval is granted to reactivate the line.
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
They don't anymore and probably wont until final approval is granted to reactivate the line.
Prowsee

Final approval?
  Prowsee Locomotive Driver

Location: Somerville
Final approval?
bevans
Approval on many levels (MRPS board, Counsel, Victrack, Vicroads, and contractors building the bike path.) let alone having the funds available. The Peninsula Link bike path construction has complicated the access arrangement to the corridor apparently.
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
This is Victoria, it would of course.

Regards
Brian

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