The Victorian Government has revealed the design for the new Frankston Station which forms part of its $63 million Frankston Station precinct development project.


The design is a culmination of two years of detailed planning and consultation, and a national design competition which received nearly forty entries.

Construction of the new station will begin in late 2017, with work to improve Young Street already underway.

Works will include a new bus interchange, wider footpaths, fresh landscaping, and road improvements to reduce congestion.

Victorian Minister for Public Transport, Jacinta Allan, said, “The new station will be safer, more accessible and more user friendly. It will be a true gateway to the peninsula, and a place the community can be proud of.”

Rebuilding Frankston Station will be the centrepiece project of the Victorian Government’s $63 million investment in the redevelopment of the Frankston station precinct, which includes major improvements to Young Street between Wells and Beach streets.

The redevelopment will be a further catalyst for the transformation of the area into a modern, safe and thriving place of business and activity.


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