Managing the Level Crossing Removal Program

Tabled: 14 December 2017

Appendix C. ALCAM 2008 metropolitan crossings list

Figure C1 is the ALCAM 2008 list of 50 metropolitan level crossing ranked from highest to lower risk.

Figure C1
ALCAM 2008 metropolitan crossings rank

1

Main Road, St Albans

26

Heatherton Road, Noble Park

2

Furlong Road, St Albans

27

Charman Road, Cheltenham

3

Bell Street, Coburg

28

Clyde Road, Berwick

4

Clayton Road, Clayton

29

Toorak Road, Kooyong

5

Macaulay Road, Kensington

30

Hallam Road, Hallam

6

Bell Street, Preston

31

Swanpool Avenue, Chelsea

7

Glenroy Road, Glenroy

32

Racecourse Road, Pakenham

8

Grange Road, Carnegie

33

Koornang Road, Carnegie

9

Cherry Street, Werribee

34

Webster Street, Dandenong

10

Union Road, Surrey Hills

35

Tooronga Road, Malvern

11

North Road, Ormond

36

Chandler Road, Noble Park

12

Aviation Road, Laverton

37

Station Street, Bonbeach(a)

13

Blackburn Road, Blackburn

38

Skye Road, Frankston

14

Buckley Street, Essendon

39

Keon Parade, Keon Park

15

Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing

40

Gaffney Street, Coburg North

16

Mc Gregor Road, Pakenham

41

South Gippsland Highway, Dandenong

17

Riversdale Road, Camberwell

42

Maidstone Street, Altona

18

Ferguson Street, Williamstown

43

Scoresby Road, Bayswater

19

Lower Plenty Road, Rosanna

44

Webb Street, Narre Warren

20

Station Street, Fairfield

45

South Road, Brighton

21

Murray Road, Preston

46

Main Street, Pakenham

22

Station Street, Carrum

47

High Street, Glen Iris

23

Centre Road, Clayton

48

Grange Road, Alphington

24

Seaford Road, Seaford

49

Corrigan Road, Noble Park

25

Moreland Road, Brunswick

50

Maroondah Highway, Lilydale

(a) This site is one of the additional two sites and is not included in our analysis.

Note: Springvale Road, Nunawading; Springvale Road, Springvale; Mitcham Road, Mitcham and Kororoit Creek Road, Altona were removed prior to the LXRP and are not included in this list or in our analysis. Those highlighted in light blue are part of the LXRP.

Source: VAGO.

 

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