On behalf of the Victorian Government, the Level Crossing Removal Project is removing 75 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne by 2025.

The level crossing between Skye and Overton roads in Frankston was removed with a rail bridge built above the road in June 2018

Before their removal, the boom gates at Skye/Overton Road were down for almost 35 minutes in the two-hour morning peak period.

Landscaping works revitalised the area, with 280 trees and more than 35,000 plants and seedlings covering about 9000 square metres. More than 95 per cent were Victorian natives such as flowering banksias and eucalypts, sourced and supplied through social enterprise.

The new space includes improved bus service areas, new street lighting, new signalled pedestrian crossing for the community to safely access bus services, and a 1.2-kilometre shared use path connecting northern suburbs with local traders.

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