Wangaratta Railway Station and Green St bridge works (including night works) April 2024

Inland Rail will continue construction in and around Wangaratta Railway Station and Green Street bridge during April.



April 2024 - April 2024

Working hours

7am-7pm Monday to Friday

7am-7pm weekends

Night works Saturday 6 April, Sunday 7 April and potentially Monday 8 April for track maintenance


Wangaratta Station precinct

  • Wangaratta
Local Government Area
  • The Rural City of Wangaratta

Work being done

Construction of the new Green Street bridge is starting. Work will include pilling for the new bridge foundations, concreting around the bridge abutments and installation of deflection walls adjacent to the rail track.

Station precinct works will include installation of drainage, ongoing construction and backfilling of the western platform and continuing the backfilling of soil into ‘The Dive’.

The new pedestrian underpass on the western side of the station is starting to take shape. Works will now progress to the eastern side with piling and concreting to start for the stairs, ramp and lift shaft.

Maintenance tamping will be conducted on the new sections of track during night works between Saturday 6 April and Monday 8 April.

Access to the station building will be maintained during construction.

What can I expect?

  • Noise from construction machinery and equipment operating onsite
  • Trucks and other vehicles entering and exiting the work site
  • Ground excavations in various locations
  • Approved vegetation removal within the project area including tree removal in Roy Street West
  • Changes to pedestrian access via the Docker Street footbridge are in place
  • Green Street bridge closed between Norton Street and Roy Street West with detours in place
  • Traffic management in and around Green Street, Cusack Street, Roy Street West, Spearing Street and Norton Street, when required which may cause minor traffic delays.

Machinery used

Heavy and light vehicles including piling rig, concrete pump trucks, trucks, cranes, dump trucks, loaders, excavators, rollers and tamping machines will be used within the work areas.

How we’re managing impacts

  • Traffic management will be in place to ensure safe access for all road users and pedestrians, where required
  • Environmental controls in place including live monitoring of noise, dust and vibration.


Phone: 1800 929 244


Visit: 48a Norton Street on Thursdays 10am–2pm.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation while we carry out these works.