Mr M. O'BRIEN (Malvern) — (Question 7028) My question is to the Minister for Public Transport. The residents of my electorate are delighted with the coalition's removal of the level crossing at Burke Road, Glen Iris. Properly planned and properly funded by the coalition, the rail-under-road option was what the community wanted and what they were promised. This contrasts with the elevated sky rail proposal that Labor is pushing onto the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines. I note that the Andrews government has also promised that it will remove the level crossing on Toorak Road, Kooyong, near the Monash Freeway entrance. I ask the minister: on what date will this removal work commence, and will the minister rule out unwanted and unpopular sky rail as the method for the removal of the Toorak Road level crossing?