Suburban Rail Loop - South-East




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Suburban Rail Loop - South-East
STATUS

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STATUS: Announced
SECTOR: Rail
JURISDICTION: VIC
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

Project Scope

Stage One - the South-East section of the Suburban Rail Loop, is a fully tunnelled 26 kilometre rail corridor between Cheltenham in the South and Box Hill in the North. The line will pass through stations at Clayton, Monash, Glen Waverley and Burwood before reaching a new station at Box Hill. The new station in Clayton will act as a hub, connecting regional passengers to the Suburban Rail Loop.

Initial and early works are expected to begin 2022.

 


 

Key Dates

May 2019: $300 million announced in 2019-20 budget for stage one project planning

Nov 2020: Victorian Government announce $2.2 billion for early works funding to be included in 2020-21 budget

Q4 2020: Estimated start of early procurement

Q3 2022: Estimated end of procurement

Q4 2022: Estimated start of construction

 


 

Funding

Victoria Government: $2.5 billion so far announced for stage one project planning and early works funding

 


 

Project History

Nov 2020: Stage one early works in pre-qualification period from 17 November to 7 December.

Nov 2020: Victorian Government announces $2.2 billion for stage one early works to be included in 2020-21 budget.

May 2019: $300 Million announced in 2019-20 budget for stage one project planning



Last reviewed: 20/11/2020

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