The department is working to deliver major transport projects which will relieve road and rail congestion and support Victoria's future economic growth.
High Capacity Metro Trains Project
The Victorian Government is investing in 65 next-generation high capacity trains for the metropolitan network. Bigger trains for a better Melbourne.
For more information, visit the High Capacity Metro Trains Project page.
West Gate Tunnel Project
The $5.5 billion West Gate Tunnel Project will provide an alternative to the West Gate Bridge, a second river crossing, and direct access to the Port.
For more information, visit the West Gate Tunnel Project page.
Monash Freeway Upgrade
The Monash Freeway Upgrade will improve safety and reliability along the 44 kilometres between Chadstone and Pakenham, extending what is already Australia's longest stretch of managed motorway.
For more information, visit the Monash Freeway Upgrade website.
CityLink Tulla Widening
The CityLink Tulla Widening project involves adding new lanes and other measures to improve traffic flow across 24 kilometres of freeway between the CityLink tunnels and Melbourne Airport.
For more information, visit the CityLink Tulla Widening website.
Metro Tunnel Project
Work is underway on the Metro Tunnel Project. The project will give three of the busiest train lines their own tunnel through the CBD, freeing up space in the City Loop to run more trains, more often..
For more information visit the Metro Tunnel website.
Level Crossing Removal Project
Over the next eight years, the State Government will deliver a coordinated program to remove 50 of the worst level crossings in Melbourne.
For more information visit the Level Crossing Removal Project website.
Page last reviewed on 19 April 2017