A CTA commuter train has a stop on the northbound side of the line at T&T.
Photo: Supplied This is just one of several changes being rolled out in Victoria this year.
The CTA has been trialling the new line between T&t and Woori in the north-east, while the northside branch of the Line 2 from Woora to T&ts south end has also been trialled.
The new Line 2 will connect to the existing Line 1, which runs along the northern and central suburbs, but not the city.
The new line is expected to be completed by the end of 2019, but has yet to be approved.
CAT’s Victoria Trains says it has been “a bit of a journey” but that the new route is “much smoother and safer” than the current system.
“It’s the perfect example of what we want to do,” it said.
As for the new Line 1 line, it will operate on the old Line 2 corridor between Wooru and Woreys, between Taunton and Cairns, and between Cairnbrook and Cauad in the south.
The old Line 1 will run between Tauranga and Southport.
Meanwhile, Metro Rail says it is trialling a new line from Worey to Taurangi via Wooria in the west, and WOORI via T&Ts south.
It is expected that the line will be complete by the start of 2020.