Melbourne opens elevated rail alignment

Metro Trains Melbourne services began using the new elevated station at Noble Park on February 15. (Photos: John Kirk)

AUSTRALIA: Revenue services began operating on a new elevated alignment through the Melbourne suburb of Noble Park on February 15, when the Victoria state government’s Level Crossing Removal Authority commissioned the first section of viaduct on the Cranbourne-Pakenham line.

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