Victoria's new intermodal freight precincts
We’re planning to deliver new intermodal freight precincts at Truganina in Melbourne’s west and Beveridge in Melbourne’s outer north to service the state’s growing freight and logistics sector.
The role of the new precincts will be primarily to handle interstate freight, but also import and export container trade.
The Australian and Victorian governments are developing a joint business case for precinct development that will also help ensure the new precincts support the Inland Rail Project in Melbourne from the commencement of train services.
These intermodal freight precincts and their connecting transport infrastructure will be delivered to supplement, and potentially replace, the existing terminal at Dynon.
They will be planned and developed in consultation with industry with a focus on maximising opportunities for private sector investment and job creation.
The precincts will help grow Victoria’s economy and jobs, enhance the state’s role as a leading freight and logistics hub and improve Melbourne’s liveability.
Learn more and download the intermodal freight precincts fact sheet [PDF 339 KB].