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STRONG winds have hurled trees onto three sections of Melbourne's rail network, cancelling trains as the city prepares for peak hour.

Footy fans heading to the MCG tonight are bracing for traffic chaos following the city wall collapse, which has closed Swanston St between Victoria and Grattan streets.

Trams have also been cut off along the route while police investigate.

Buses have been sent to replace trains between Berwick and Pakenham stations each way on the Pakenham line due to signal faults, Metro says.

Trains between Burnley and Glen Waverley are delayed by about 15 minutes after a tree was cleared from overhead wires at Gardiner earlier.

Another tree that fell onto powerlines at Elsternwick has been cleared and Sandringham trains have resumed

Train have been cancelled on the Eastern Suburbs line between Bondi Junction and Central.

IPSWICH train services have been impacted after a man was killed when he was hit by a train at Goodna early today.

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