According to state government spokespeople, work at the Ballarat train station precinct is on schedule.
Following the new multi-level car park, a 77-room hotel is under construction and due to be complete late this year.
The foundations, drainage, and first levels have already been finished.
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The bluestone goods shed, which will become a conference and events centre with retailers, is also being transformed.
Early works began in late 2019 with extensive clean up to remove the roof and other materials to bring the building in line with relevant permits and approvals.
A Regional Development Victoria spokesperson said in a statement the redevelopment "will help turn the precinct into a vibrant community and transport and commercial hub when it is completed in early 2021".
Another element, the new bus interchange, is being delivered by VicTrack.
Early works have begun, including testing signalling infrastructure and moving services to make way for major civil works.
The finished interchange will decrease bus movements on local roads, make it easier to connect to services from trains, and reduce the effect on nearby residents - buses currently interface with the station on Lydiard Street and Ararat Street.
A VicTrack spokesperson said in a statement major works will take place this year.
Traffic lights have also been proposed for the precinct's entrance on Nolan Street.
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