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Detailed station precinct maps for our Lilydale and Mooroolbark level crossing removal projects are now available online for the community to view.
The level crossings at Manchester Road, Mooroolbark and Maroondah Highway, Lilydale are being removed by building rail bridges over both roads. These projects will be finished in 2022.
At Mooroolbark Station, a new multi-deck car park will contribute to doubling commuter car parking to 900 spaces. Better walking and cycling connections will be created between the town centre, new station and Red Earth Community Park.
At Lilydale, the station and bus interchange will be relocated to the other side of Maroondah Highway to better integrate with the town centre. Walking and cycling connections will be improved between the shopping precinct, new station and the Lilydale-Warburton Trail.
As a result of community feedback, both precincts will include informal gathering spaces under the rail bridges.
You can take a closer look at your new Mooroolbark Station precinct map and Lilydale Station precinct map.
This article first appeared on levelcrossings.vic.gov.au
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