Frankston Freeway

The Frankston Freeway begins in Carrum Downs south until Cranbourne Road, as the incomplete section of the actual Mornington Peninsula Freeway, which bypasses Frankston, swings off to the south east. The newly-completed Eastlink toll road is continuous with the Carrum Downs end of the Frankston Freeway, providing a freeway standard road north through the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne to the Eastern end of the Eastern Freeway, and beyond.

The freeway is generally parallel to Nepean Highway along the route including the Mornington Peninsula Freeway and Moorooduc Highway.

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Carrum Downs, Victoria - Transportation
... closest rail links are the Kananook and Seaford stations on the Frankston line, both approximately 12 minutes (by car) from the centre of Carrum Downs, or the Merinda Park and Cranbourne ... City in the north (via the South Gippsland Freeway and the Monash Freeway) ... Also to the west is the Frankston Freeway, which travels from Chelsea Heights in the north to the Mornington Peninsula in the south ...
Frankston, Victoria - Infrastructure - Transport
... As Frankston is the southern-most suburb of the greater Melbourne area and also the "gateway to the peninsula", it is well serviced by both road and rail ... by the Nepean Highway and Moorooduc Highway / Frankston Freeway (the latter which connects to the EastLink Tollway) ... connected directly to the Melbourne city centre via the Frankston railway line ...
Frankston Freeway - Exits and Interchanges
... Frankston Freeway Northbound exits Distance to Melbourne (km) Distance to Frankston (km) Southbound exits End Frankston Freeway continues as EastLink to ...

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