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E-Gate activity

30 Apr 2019

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Locals may have noticed site preparation works at E-Gate alongside Footscray Rd.

The activity is not the start of the overdue 20ha urban renewal. Rather, it is preparation for the site to be used as a depot for the West Gate Tunnel project.

A spokesperson for the project told Docklands News: “The West Gate Tunnel Project is preparing for major works as we extend Wurundjeri Way to connect with Dynon Rd, and build the important connections to the port and from the West Gate Freeway to CityLink and the CBD.”

“One of the project’s major construction compounds will be in E-Gate to provide a base for workers, equipment and machinery.”

“Recent works include site clearing, removing redundant rail track and installing site sheds.”

“In the coming weeks, works will start to relocate utilities and prepare for piling to strengthen the ground for the installation of the elevated road.”

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