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St Kilda Rd delays

08 Mar 2018

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By Medha Vernekar

As the construction of the new Metro Tunnel ramps up around the new Anzac Station, part of St Kilda Rd has reduced to one traffic lane for several years.

Both directions of the lane in St Kilda Rd between Kings Way and Dorcas St in Southbank, spanning around 800 metres, closed on February 14.

Tram access will operate mostly normally over this period with pedestrian and cycling access maintained.

During this time, pedestrian access will be maintained with some diversions for cyclists.

During the April school holidays, buses will be replacing trams along St Kilda Rd as traffic lanes and tram tracks will be reconfigured to accommodate traffic flow throughout the construction of Anzac Station.

The Minister for Public Transport, Jacinta Allan encouraged motorists and passengers to plan ahead and allow up to 15 minutes extra travel time through these affected areas.

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