Construct Cranbourne East Railway Station NOW!

Although a Labor election promise in 1999, the construction of the proposed railway station at Cranbourne East has not yet begun.

The project is listed as a medium-term priority in the Victorian Transport Plan, due before 2020.

The Greater Cranbourne area is a key growth area of Casey. The City of Casey therefore sees this station as a priority for usable, sustainable public transport within the municipality and is advocating for its immediate construction.


Although a Labor election promise in 1999, the construction of the proposed railway station at Cranbourne East has not yet begun.

The project is listed as

Although a Labor election promise in 1999, the construction of the proposed railway station at Cranbourne East has not yet begun.

The project is listed as a medium-term priority in the Victorian Transport Plan, due before 2020.

The Greater Cranbourne area is a key growth area of Casey. The City of Casey therefore sees this station as a priority for usable, sustainable public transport within the municipality and is advocating for its immediate construction.


Although a Labor election promise in 1999, the construction of the proposed railway station at Cranbourne East has not yet begun.

The project is listed as a medium-term priority in the Victorian Transport Plan, due before 2020.

The Greater Cranbourne area is a key growth area of Casey. The City of Casey therefore sees this station as a priority for usable, sustainable public transport within the municipality and is advocating for its immediate construction.

This project will extend the Cranbourne line to Cranbourne East and construct a new railway station at Cranbourne East.

According to Council forecasts, the population of the greater Cranbourne area is projected to pass 140,000 by 2031. A station at Cranbourne East will serve residents of new and existing housing estates including Cranbourne East, Clyde, Cranbourne and Berwick South.

Without a firm commitment on delivery of this vital public transport infrastructure, many residents will be forced to buy second or third car and will then be unlikely to migrate to public transport when it finally becomes available.

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