The Metro Tunnel Project
The Metro Tunnel Project is one of the largest public transport projects ever undertaken in Australia and the first major investment in Melbourne’s CBD rail since the City Loop was completed 30 years ago.
It will free up space in the City Loop, which will allow more trains to run in and out of the city with its ‘turn-up-and-go’ services and make travel to and from RMIT easier.
As part of the Metro Tunnel Project, a new underground station is being built on the doorstep of RMIT.
The University is excited to be a key stakeholder in this project. Works on the Metro Tunnel have begun and we will endeavour to keep you updated on developments and opportunities for engagement as the project progresses.
Campus access map
There is a lot of activity around campus and it is important that care is taken around projects. This includes being aware of activity while crossing roads and pathways and heeding the instructions of any traffic wardens.
Watch for crossing trucks; be aware if you are crossing between projects; follow the traffic laws and think about the route you are choosing. It might take a minute longer to get where you are going but it’s better to be safe!
Whether it’s to do with an:
- emergency issue (emergency call)
- hazard issue (help call)
- medical issue (first aid call) or
- if you feel you're in an unsafe situation (help call).
you can receive assistance from the simple push of a button.
Stay safe at RMIT
With various construction projects going on around City campus, we request your full attention as our special safety attendants take you through some important safety information.
Metro Tunnel Works - State Library Station
Before excavation commences at the Little La Trobe Street shaft site, works are required to relocate the sewer under Little La Trobe Street and Literature Lane, between Monday 18 March and Friday 3 May 2019
A'Beckett Urban Square-Artwork
Contact Metro Tunnel
If you have questions about the Metro Tunnel, you can call them, visit their website or complete their online form.
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If you have a question or concern specific to RMIT about the Metro Tunnel, complete the online form.