The Victorian Government committed $63 million to redevelop and revitalise the Frankston Station Precinct. This will transform the heart of Frankston to provide a safe, modern and thriving place of business and activity.
The upgrade of Young Street involved various changes to the road. The Level Crossing Removal Authority (LXRA) is overseeing construction of the new Frankston Train Station, as well as level crossing removals at:
Major works are underway this autumn. Community members are encouraged to stay up to date with notifications about how this may affect transport and road access
Bus Access to/from Frankston City Centre
From 28 April until 22 June 2018, the following bus services will be temporarily relocated to stop at the Southern End of Young Street (between the round-about and Playne Street):
- 772 (Eliza Heights)
- 773 (Frankston South)
- 774 (Delacombe Park)
- 776 (Pearcedale)
- 779 (Belvedere)
- 780 (Carrum)
- 781 (Mount Martha)
- 782 (Flinders)
- 784 (Osborne)
- 785 (Mornington East)
And bus stops for the following services will be relocated to Beach Street:
- 770 (Karingal)
- 771 (Langwarrin)
- 775 (Lakewood)
- 788 (Portsea)
- 832 (Carrum Downs), and
- 833 (Carrum Station)
- 887 (Rosebud)
- 901 (Airport)
A further three bus routes will continue to operate from Fletcher Road:
- 789 (Langwarrin via Langwarrin North)
- 790 (Langwarrin via Langwarrin South)
- 791 (Cranbourne Station)
For timetables and bus zone information, visit:
There are a number of taxi collection points in Frankston’s city centre, these include:
- Beach Street (near Bayside entrance)
Young Street (shop side, near 7-Eleven)
- Young Street (outside the medical centre)
- Balmoral Street (night only)
- Wells Street(opposite Thompson Street)
- Wells Street (adjacent to Shannon Street Mall)
- Davey Street (city side, near Young Street) (night only)
Taxi and Uber
Frankston Taxi Service
P. 03 9786 3322
P. 13 CABS
Traffic and Train Disruptions
Commuters using the Frankston Train line may experience disruptions, as works on the Skye/Overton Level Crossing Removal, the Seaford Road Level Crossing Removal and the Frankston Train Station progress. From 4 – 28 May, buses will replace trains between Frankston and Carrum Stations. Replacement buses will be available from Fletcher Road.
To stay informed about cancelled trained service and replacement buses, and about planned road closures, sign up for updates at:
Frankston and Peninsula Airport Shuttle Bus
The Skybus Airport Shuttle Bus runs 7 days a week to and from Melbourne Airport.
P. 1300 759 287
Including Peninsula Bus Lines, Portsea Passenger Service (Ventura)
P. 1300 VENTURA
P. 03 5996 7333
P. 1800 800 007
Bus Shelter Maintenance
To report any maintenance issues in relation to bus shelters, please call ADSHEL on 1800 501 402 or report issues via the Adshel Website.
Walking and Cycling
Walking and Cycling are great ways to get around Frankston, and are healthy and sustainable transport options!
To find walking and cycling tracks in your area, download a copy of the Bike and Walking Track Brochure. The Bicycle Network Victoria website has great information about cycling paths, bike maintenance, and tips about cycling.
Frankston City Council encourages schools to join the Bicycle Network Victoria Ride2School Program, which promotes the health, sustainability and safety benefits of riding to school.
Integrated Transport Strategy
Frankston's Integrated Transport Strategy was adopted by Council in April 2013. The purpose of the Strategy is to guide Council in undertaking actions which will increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the Frankston transport network for moving people and goods.
The Transport Strategy aims to:
- improve environmental sustainability
- increase social connections
- decrease traffic congestion
- lower transportation costs
- increase productivity for freight
- improve liveability
Download the Integrated Transport Strategy 2013(PDF, 6MB)
Public Transport Ombudsman (PTO)
The Public Transport Ombudsman (PTO) Ltd is a free, confidential and impartial alternative dispute resolution scheme available to people who use, or are affected by public passenger transport services, or related activities of public transport in Victoria.
The majority of Victorian public transport operators must participate in the PTO scheme and are called 'members' in our Charter. We can only handle complaints about operators who are members. For ease of use, we refer to members of the scheme as 'operators' and the people who contact us as 'consumers'.
For more information, advice or to find out how to lodge a complaint visit
Public Transport Ombudsman
P. 1800 466 865 or 8623 2111
TTY: 1800 809 623