Three crossing removals fast-tracked on Frankston line
Three more level crossings to the Edithvale-Bonbeach project in Melbourne’s southeast, to…
5 September 2019
The Monash Freeway is gearing up for a $367 million expansion under the Andrews and Morrison governments.
Following the initial expansion of the Freeway, stage two will include an extra 36km of new lanes which will take the overall cost to about $1.1bn
The overly congested arterial will go from eight to ten between Springvale Road and Eastlink and six lanes will be added between Clyde and Cardinia roads.
Alan Tudge, Federal Minister says there will be some disruptions during construction, but it will be worth it.
Reports say the updates will cut nine minutes off a peak-hour trip between Pakenham and the city.
Major construction is set to commence in late 2020 and is expected to be completed by late 2022.