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the state director of the Victorian Liberal Party. Liberal state opposition spokesman for planning David Davis called the wording of the Labor statement â€œslipperyâ€? and said Ms Allan had not ruled out elevated rail. It has also emerged that the Level Crossing Removal Authority (LXRA) is currently monitoring the impacts of rail noise â€œfor improved or new passenger rail infrastructure and changes to land use near existing and planned rail corridorsâ€?. A LXRA letter dated May 2016 obtained by Simon Johnson, founder
of the noskyrail.com.au group, asked residents living near the Frankston line to allow the authority to install â€œnoise loggersâ€? at their properties â€œto seek your assistance in carrying out the noise monitoring for the Level Crossing Removal Projectâ€?. When contacted by The News LXRA project director Adam Maguire said rail noise is assessed using Victorian Passenger Rail Infrastructure Noise Policy guidelines. â€œLXRA is currently conducting noise monitoring at locations near the eight level crossings that are being removed between Cheltenham
High and dry: Labor state government says extended elevated rail not on cards for the Frankston line. Pic: Gary Sissons
and Frankston to record all surrounding noise from trains and roads,â€? Mr Maguire said. â€œThe testing is being undertaken by noise specialists AECOM using portable noise loggers at approximately 45 homes and businesses for periods of up to seven days with the permission of owners and tenants. â€œThis information is used to evaluate the best solution for each site. We will provide further information and
THERE will be no extended sky rail from Mordialloc to Frankston along the Frankston line. Labor Transport Minister Jacinta Allan declared at last weekend â€œthere has never been a plan for extended elevated rail on the Frankston lineâ€?. The state minister in the Andrews government decided to step in and end speculation about sky rail being built along the full rail line amid a doublecrossed.com.au flyer campaign, financed by the Liberal Party, in the federal seat of Isaacs urging voters to â€œput Labor lastâ€? and vote against federal MP Mark Dreyfus since â€œLabor is now planning to build Sky Rail lines four stories [sic] high near you on parts of the Frankston lineâ€?. â€œWe will not be building a Dandenong line-style â€˜sky railâ€™ on the Frankston line. Any allegations we will are false,â€? Ms Allan said in a statement. Mr Dreyfus slammed the Liberal Party for its â€œdishonest campaignâ€? against sky rail on the Frankston line. â€œIt is, and always has been, a totally false representation of the state governmentâ€™s plans to improve safety on the Frankston line and to improve travel times for those using the roads,â€? he said in a statement. Mr Dreyfus noted the doublecrossed.com.au flyer and associated website are authorised by â€˜S. Frostâ€™, who â€œalthough it was not statedâ€?, is
will seek feedback from the community later this year as we progress through the design process.â€? The LXRA will next month announce options for level crossing removals along the Frankston line. Earlier this month Frankston Council decided not to follow Kingston Councilâ€™s lead in formally opposing elevated rail along any part of the Frankston line. Frankston councillors decided to defer a vote on the divisive matter until 18 July. Decisions on whether elevated rail or road under rail is more appropriate are still to be made for crossings at Balcombe Rd (Mentone), Charman Rd (Cheltenham), Edithvale Rd (Edithvale), Eel Race Rd (Carrum), Seaford Rd (Seaford), Skye/Overton Rd (Frankston), Station St (Bonbeach), Station St (Carrum). Road under rail works are underway at three level crossings at North Rd (Ormond), Centre Rd (Bentleigh) and McKinnon Rd (McKinnon). The LXRA will release options for level crossings removals in July before final decisions are made at the end of the year. LXRA project director Adam Maguire said planning and consultation is continuing for the eight remaining level crossing removals along the Frankston line. â€œThis is quite unlike the Caulfield to Dandenong project where the Level Crossing Authority is removing all nine crossings between these two suburbs.â€?
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