Bellambi Station Upgrade
Construction activities to improve accessibility at Bellambi Station are underway.
The upgrade at Bellambi Station is being delivered as part of a NSW Government initiative to provide a better experience for public transport customers by delivering accessible, modern, secure and integrated transport infrastructure across the state. As part of the program, the Bellambi Station Upgrade would aim to provide a station precinct that is accessible to those with a disability, limited mobility, parents/carers with prams and customers with luggage.
The project is expected to be completed in late 2023.*
- updating the existing level crossing pedestrian zone
- constructing a new station entry ramp
- creating two new accessible parking spaces
- creating a formal kiss and ride zone
- installing a new bike shelter and hoops
- constructing a new station building further along the platform which will include accessible amenities
- demolishing the old platform building to achieve compliant platform widths and access paths
- upgrading existing lighting to increase security
- regrading footpaths
- constructing a new switchback ramp on Bellambi Lane
- relocating the train replacement bus stop.
We received planning approval for the upgrade designs in May 2022. Local construction contractor, Degnan commenced construction activities for the accessibility upgrade in June 2022.
Thank you to the stakeholders and members of the community who shared their experience of accessibility at Bellambi Station in October 2021. You can read what we heard in the Community Engagement Summary.
Work will occur between 7am and 6pm Monday to Friday and Saturdays from 8am to 1pm.
All work is dependent on weather and site conditions and is subject to change.
Keep in touch
If you would like to receive project updates, please complete the form below or contact us on 1800 684 490 or email email@example.com.
Please visit the Bellambi Station webpage for information on station facilities and transport services.
*Estimated project completion times are subject to change.