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Yarra Trams and Public Transport Victoria (PTV) will be carrying
out finishing works on Collins Street and Gurners Lane as part of
the completion of the level access tram stop on the corner of
In addition to recent works to the kerbing on
Gurners Lane, Yarra Trams will be undertaking a realignment of the
pit on Collins Street (north-east corner of William Street). One
bike stand on the west side of Gurners Lane will be reloacted to
the east side of Gurners Lane.
Saturday, 16 July 2016
This work will be conducted from 8am until 5pm.
Works are being carried out on the weekend to minimise disruption
to tram passengers and motorists.
All Collins Street tram services will remain unaffected.
There will be no road closures during these works.
Work areas will be cordoned off with bollards to ensure the
safety of pedestrians. Pedestrians will be guided around work
Associated noise from machinery, vehicles and work
crews is unavoidable during these works, however our workers will
be mindful of keeping noise to a minimum.
The use of reverse beepers and flashing lights is a
safety requirement and these devices cannot be switched off.
Yarra Trams is working closely with City of
Melbourne to minimise the impact of this work on the local
For any specific concerns regarding access to your business or
property during the project, please call 1800 800 007 (6am -
We thank you for your patience and regret any inconvenience
caused by this essential construction work.
We advise that it is being performed in accordance with our
obligations to Public Transport Victoria and is necessary to
maintain a safe tram network as required by the Rail Safety Act