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Access granted

04 Jun 2019

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The City of Melbourne has reopened vehicle access between St Kilda Rd and Sturt St, as construction work progresses on the Southbank Boulevard project.

Having closed the section of Southbank Boulevard to traffic since July last year to make way for new open space and to move tram lines, the event marks a major milestone for the $47 million capital works project. Demolition and earthworks are now underway to commence the first of the open space areas, as well as street tree planting, in front of the Melbourne Recital Centre and Southbank Theatre.

New bluestone footpaths between between St Kilda Rd and Sturt St, and pavement works on the western side of Sturt St have also been completed and reopened to pedestrians.

Detours will continue to be in place around the worksite throughout June. For regular updates stay tuned to the City of Melbourne’s project page participate.melbourne.vic.gov.au/southbankboulevard

 

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