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Splash! CHILDREN enjoyed swimming with a mermaid off Frankston beach at the weekend as part of the annual Frankston Waterfront Festival. See more festival pics Page 11. Picture: Gary Sissons

Sky-rail plan not done deal Neil Walker neil@baysidenews.com.au PLANS to remove level crossings along the Frankston line using elevated rail are still up in the air according to the state government. Plans for a so-called ‘suburban skyrail’, with rail lines raised two storeys above street level, have been submitted

to the government during the tender process for the Dandenong rail corridor upgrade. There are suggestions elevated rail could be built at southern sections of the Frankston line including Carrum and Bonbeach. Underground water close to Port Phillip Bay and Patterson River may mean tunnelling is not a viable option

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at some level crossing intersections. Labor Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan says no final decision has yet been made on whether rail will be elevated at any point along the Frankston line. “We promised to remove the eight remaining dangerous and congested level crossings on the Frankston line, and we are still considering the best

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way to do that,� Ms Allan said. “Consultation with local residents will take place this year, and will inform how the dangerous and congested level crossings on the Frankston line will be removed.� Liberal opposition spokesman for planning David Davis said bayside voters should have been consulted about “a railway line high in the air�

before last year’s state election. “It would be visually unappealing near Melbourne’s great beach assets and will have an extraordinary impact on those who live near it with deafening sound,� Mr Davis said. “It is an option that was not laid on the table before the election and noone voted for this.� Continued Page 10

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