Melbourne Trains And Roads Are Stuffed Because Of The Rain

Flash flooding

Melbourne Trains And Roads Are Stuffed Because Of The Rain Image: Twitter

The intense downpour of rain in Melbourne has caused havoc on transport.

The city copped heavy rain around 1pm that has caused flash flooding in various areas, including in Ivanhoe, which led to the Hurstbridge train line having to be suspended between Clifton Hill and Heidelberg.

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Meanwhile, the Frankston line has major delays due to flooding near Highett, Mordialloc and Aspendale.

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These delays are in addition to planned works on the Alamein, Belgrave and Lilydale lines due to planned works.

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Video shows flooding on the streets of Pascoe Vale:

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The Monash Freeway also had two lanes closed earlier in Glen Iris due to flood waters, but reopened shortly after 3pm.

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The Monash has since reopened, but the ring road has two lanes closed between Dalton Street and Plenty Road Greensborough bound.

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