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Acciona’s railway subsidiary to eliminate level crossings in Australia
   
 
  

Coleman Rail, Acciona Geotech’s subsidiary, and Acciona Construction Australia, in consortium with Lend Lease, have been selected by the Level Crossing Removal Authority to design and build the Southern Program Alliance, a project to eliminate railway level crossings in the Australian state of Victoria.


Acciona’s railway subsidiary to eliminate level crossings in Australia

(07/02/2018) 


The contract amounts to 588 million Australian dollars (about 382 million euros) and will improve the access to the areas of the southeast of Melbourne that straddle the Frankston railway line, as well as safety and rail operation.

In addition to the elimination of several level crossings in the Carrum and Seaford districts, the project includes a reconfiguration of the road network, improved stations in the rural areas, and the construction of a new train storage facility in Kananook.
 

 


 
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