South Yarra Station upgrade

We’re improving South Yarra Station, one of Melbourne’s busiest stations, as we also prepare our network for the Metro Tunnel.

The $12.33 million project includes an enhanced station entrance and a new accessible tram stop, to make it safer, easier and more convenient for everyone.

Station entrance.

We are proposing to widen the station entrance on Toorak Road to create a safer and more accessible space. This will improve passenger flow in and out of the station into the surrounding residential, business and shopping precinct. We are also planning to widen the pedestrian crossing so passengers and other pedestrians can cross Toorak Road safely.

Inside the station entrance we plan to install more Myki gates and update the ticket window to make it more accessible for passengers using mobility aids.

Outside a new extended canopy has been designed to provide more protection from the weather.

Building a new tram stop

As part of the upgrade, we are planning to build an accessible tram stop on Toorak Road. The new tram stop will be fully integrated with Melbourne’s expanding fleet of low-floor trams running along Route 58.

The tram stop will include shelter from the weather and passenger information displays.

The stop design also includes new dedicated bicycle lanes to allow cyclists to safely travel past the tram stop.

We’re improving South Yarra Station, one of Melbourne’s busiest stations, as we also prepare our network for the Metro Tunnel.

The $12.33 million project includes an enhanced station entrance and a new accessible tram stop, to make it safer, easier and more convenient for everyone.

Station entrance.

We are proposing to widen the station entrance on Toorak Road to create a safer and more accessible space. This will improve passenger flow in and out of the station into the surrounding residential, business and shopping precinct. We are also planning to widen the pedestrian crossing so passengers and other pedestrians can cross Toorak Road safely.

Inside the station entrance we plan to install more Myki gates and update the ticket window to make it more accessible for passengers using mobility aids.

Outside a new extended canopy has been designed to provide more protection from the weather.

Building a new tram stop

As part of the upgrade, we are planning to build an accessible tram stop on Toorak Road. The new tram stop will be fully integrated with Melbourne’s expanding fleet of low-floor trams running along Route 58.

The tram stop will include shelter from the weather and passenger information displays.

The stop design also includes new dedicated bicycle lanes to allow cyclists to safely travel past the tram stop.