The Victorian Government has announced that it will proceed with an elevated rail solution for grade separating the nine level crossings that currently exist between Caufield and Dandenong stations.
Likewise on Sunday afternoon the Level Crossings Removal Authority website has released a video and provided details on each of the sites where a level crossing will be removed.
The project is set to cost $1.6 billion in total and by elevating the rail lines above the ground level, the media release states 225,000 square metres (22.5 hectares) of new public space will be created in three separate locations between Caulfield and Dandenong.
The following renders are from the Level Crossing Removal Authority's website, select the title above each image to read about the proposed design.
More comment and analysis will be published later this week.