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As part of the modernisation of Melbourne's tram network, Yarra
Trams and Public Transport Victoria are rehabilitating tram tracks
at the Smith Street and Queens Parade Junction in Clifton Hill.
The tracks in the work-zone are 28 years old and need to be
renewed. This project will deliver replacement of tracks and
overhead wires. The renewal will also create a smoother road
surface for cyclists and tram passengers.
Work will occur at the Smith Street and Queens Parade Junction
in Clifton Hill.
Route 86 tram services will operate at Route
86a, with buses replacing trams between Stop 10 Parliament Station
and Stop 25 Clifton Hill Interchange diverting around the work
For more details closer to the time, please visit our service
Melbourne Water has already temporarily closed
the right hand turn lane from Alexandra Parade into Smith Street
(city bound). From 10pm on Friday 1 June to 5am Tuesday 5 June
Melbourne Water will be replacing teh drain deck under Smith Street
within the Alexandra Parade intersection. The intersection will be
closed and at night lanes on Alexandra Parade will be closed for
the works. Through traffic on Alexandra Parade will be maintained
however expect delays during night time. Melbourne Water will
complete their works alongside Yarra Trams works to minimise impact
to the community.
Road changes will be in place from 10pm Friday 1 June (Melbourne
Water) until 5am Tuesday 5 June.
Queens Parade will have one outbound lane open to traffic from
the city. Traffic controllers will direct traffic and help
facilitate local access where needed.
The work zone will be fenced off for safety however footpaths
will remain open to allow pedestrian access to all businesses
location around the work zone.
Associated noise and dust from machinery, vehicles and work
crews is unavoidable but Yarra Trams will do all it can to keep
this to a minimum. The noisiest work will occur between 6am and
10pm; however there may be a need to conduct noisy work outside
these hours to ensure that the work is completed by 5am on Tuesday
5 December 2017.
We advise that this work is being performed in accordance with
our obligations to Public Transport Victoria and is necessary to
maintain a safe tram network as required by the Rail Safety Act
For more information visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call
1800 800 007 6 am - midnight (all night Friday