FRANKSTON LINE TIMETABLE PDF

Visit our Planned Works webpage to see how your journey may be affected. Visit our Level Crossings Removal Project website for project updates. Plan your journey at ptv. Saturday 9 March to early Pedestrian and cyclist detours. Mid-March to mid The entire car park is closed.

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Sign up for Email updates. Sign up for SMS updates. Due to the removal of the level crossings at North, McKinnon and Centre roads, the Frankston line will have a new weekday peak timetable from Monday 16 November until mid During this time, all Frankston line services will become stopping all stations from Frankston to Flinders Street Stations, with no express trains in the morning and afternoon.

All current City Loop services will continue to stop all at stations within the City Loop. These changes are necessary due to the need to close the third train track between Moorabbin and Caulfield stations so we can safely carry out construction and keep trains running on the Frankston line at the same time. Four weekday services will be cancelled to enable the Frankston line express services to stop all stations see table below. We apologise for the inconvenience caused to customers as we undertake these critical works to remove the North, McKinnon and Centre road level crossings.

Customers should plan ahead and allow up to ten minutes extra travel time. To find out the new timing of services on the Frankston line and connections with Stony Point services, visit the PTV website. More than solar panels are being installed this month across Gardiner, Ormond, McKinnon and Bentleigh train stations. Get in touch. Follow us. Email updates Sign up for Email updates. Changes to the Frankston line timetable.

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Frankston railway line

The Frankston railway line is a The line continues on to Stony Point as the non electrified Stony Point line from Frankston, [1] however, there are no through services between Stony Point and the City. The Frankston line runs south from Caulfield , functioning from the main line to Pakenham and Gippsland , and runs through built-up areas for its entire length. From Mentone the line is never more than about 1 kilometre 0. After Caulfield, the line traverses flat country and has fairly minor earthworks , and has numerous level crossings.

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From June 6th, metropolitan trains will run to new timetables. These and some other lines will get extra services. The changes allow more trains to run, and Metro and the government say it will improve reliability and cut crowding. If you currently use Cheltenham to Caulfield express trains you will need to consider your options, depending on your destination. If your destination is within blocks of Flinders Street, you may wish to walk from there instead of using a loop station. Some trains will also serve Southern Cross, but check the timetable. You may also be able to use a tram from Flinders Street.

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