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Detours and closures

Changes at Yarra Trail underpass

The main Yarra Trail underpass at the Swan Street Bridge will get some safety tweaks next month, requiring a temporary closure from Monday 2 September.

Tram works in Nicholson Street

Riders should be alert to tram works on Nicholson Street in the vicinity of the intersection with the Capital City Trail.

Canning Street detours start soon

Work on the new $13.4M Carlton water main down Canning Street starts on Monday, and the first detour will be in place on Tuesday morning.

Bellarine Trail temporary closure

The Bellarine Rail Trail will be temporarily closed near Drysdale to enable a bridge lift, with a detour in place from 26 August to 7 September.

Wantirna trail kicks off

The days of riding on the notorious timber boardwalk in Wantirna South are numbered, with work starting soon on the new connection along the Burwood Highway.

Flinders Street closure announced

Flinders Street will be closed to bikes and all eastbound traffic for between two and three years from September, but appropriate detours are being planned.

The Canning Street clamp begins

One of our most popular bike commuter routes, Canning Street, will soon also be the route of a major water main project, with planned detours to come.
M41 water main renewal

Wellington Parade closure looms

The M41 Water Main Renewal Project will commence construction at the Wellington Parade and Clarendon Street intersection, from Tuesday 11 June, disrupting bike routes.

Riders, take care on Cardigan and Elgin

The City of Melbourne is improving the footpath and kerbing on the north side of Elgin Street in Carlton, impacting riders for 10 days, starting Monday 27 May.
jewell station detour

Jewell Station detour change

From Wednesday 15 May the Jewell Station redevelopment will divert the shared path in Upfield via the western side of the station, through Watson Street.

Maribyrnong Trail Sewer Works

There will be minor inconvenience for riders along the Maribyrnong Trail in Essendon West for the next four months as part of the Maribyrnong River Main upgrades