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Five day closure in November

28 Sep 2010

VicUrban expects to close Harbour Esplanade in November for five days to link up its new tram tracks.

This closure had been earlier scheduled for last month but tracks are still being laid.  At the time, VicUrban said it was delaying the closure to avoid disrupting football crowds, despite no football being played at Docklands between August 30 and September 3.

VicUrban’s general manager responsible for Docklands David Young thanked all those affected by the works for their patience.

“We recognise that there have been delays along Harbour Esplanade as works progress to realign the tram tracks into the centre of the road,” Mr Young said.

“Considerable progress has been made during the first stage of the redevelopment, with the majority of works due for completion by late 2010.”

“The remainder of the works, including the planting of up to 210 Norfolk Island trees and the construction of dedicated bike and pedestrian paths, will be completed by  early 2011.”

VicUrban and Yarra Trams will provide further information regarding the five day closure once the dates have been confirmed.

For further information regarding Stage 1 of the Harbour Esplanade redevelopment visit http://www.docklands.com or to be provided with updates via an electronic newsletter, please email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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