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Commuter Car Park Upgrade - Frankston Line - Frankston

Funding Program:Urban Congestion Fund
Status:In planning
Transport Mode:Road
Expected Start/Finish:Late 2022 - Mid 2023
Estimated Project Cost:$87,000,000
Australian Government Contribution:$43,500,000
Local Council/Shire:Frankston City Council
State:VIC

Project Description

The Commuter Car Park Upgrade – Frankston Line – Frankston project is expected to construct a multi-deck commuter car park to deliver up to 500 spaces. The project is expected to increase the capacity of the park and ride facilities at Frankston Railway Station.

The project aims to reduce car park overflow to informal parking spaces on surrounding suburban streets while improving convenience, safety and security of access to Frankston railway station.

The project will support public transport usage and a more integrated and effective transport system.

Additional funding for this project will support the accelerated construction of a multi-deck car park at Frankston Railway Station, in line with the project scope.

Benefits

  • Supporting a more integrated and effective transport system
  • Reduced congestion and improved travel times
  • Improved efficiency and network reliability

Funding

Australian Government funding: $43.5 million

This includes $19.0 million of additional funding provided in 2021-22 Budget

Victorian Government contribution: $43.5 million

Total: $87.0 million

Timetable

This project is expected to start construction in late 2022 and be finished construction by mid 2023.

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Project details last updated: 20/05/2021