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Station names

Thank you Victoria! We received over 50,000 naming suggestions for the new Metro Tunnel stations and have now announced the final names:

  • North Melbourne
  • Parkville
  • State Library
  • Town Hall
  • Anzac

Learn about the Metro Tunnel stations.

Disruptions Disruptions

Travel disruptions

Travel disruptions

Lane closures on St Kilda Rd during December, with soundbound traffic reduced to one lane southbound between Domain Road to Bromby Street.

Flinders Lane will also be closed to traffic during the day between Russell and Swanston streets on 16 December

There are also ongoing traffic impacts around Parkville.

Find out more about disruptions and how to plan changes to your journey.

How the Metro Tunnel benefits your train line

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Works underway Works underway

Works underway

Works are underway across Melbourne to build the Metro Tunnel. View details of current and upcoming works in each precinct.

Construction may impact how you travel. See the Changes to your Journey section for tips and information.

Have your say Have your say

Have your say

Construction of the tunnels and stations will commence next year.

We are seeking your feedback on draft Development Plans designs for the five new stations and surrounding precincts.

You can also have your say on works that will pave the way for construction of the new stations and tunnels.

Have your say by 15 December 2017.

Viewing areas Viewing areas

Viewing areas

Locals and visitors will be able to watch construction of the Metro Tunnel from new viewing areas at City Square.

Two separate 10-metre long viewing areas on Swanston Street will allow thousands of people each day to watch as this iconic landmark is transformed into Town Hall Station.

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