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Works in preparation for major construction of the Metro Tunnel are
underway in South Melbourne. Service changes will affect St Kilda
Road trams including Route 58, due to Metro Tunnel
works for the new Anzac Station.
This project will keep Melbourne moving during construction of
the Metro Tunnel Project.
If you are travelling to or beyond Shrine of Remembrance catch
any Route 6a or 67a tram via
Swanston Street/St Kilda Road. Route
1 trams are unaffected.
Domain Interchange will be relocated to north of Park Street on
St Kilda Road and will be renamed Stop 20 Park Street/St Kilda
Road. This is to further facilitate the construction of the new
Anzac Station near the Shrine of Remembrance.
Anzac Station will be an important interchange station between
train and tram services, providing access to existing business
precincts and growing residential areas in Southbank, South
Melbourne and the expanding CBD west.
The Metro Tunnel will create a new end-to-end rail line from
Sunbury to Cranbourne/Pakenham, with high capacity trains and five
new underground stations. The two stations under Swanston Street
will be directly connected to the City Loop at Melbourne Central
and Flinders Street stations.
Check below map for details. This map refers to tram replacement
bus services during main stages of works. Additional service
changes will occur on Sunday 1 April and
Thursday 5 April.
Plan ahead and check your journey before travelling.
Find more information on the Metro Tunnel Project visit metrotunnel.vic.gov.au
For more information visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call
1800 800 007 6am-midnight (all night Friday