Pymble Station Upgrade
The NSW Government is improving accessibility at Pymble Station.
This upgrade will be delivered as part of the Transport Access Program, an initiative to provide a better experience for public transport customers by delivering modern, safe and accessible infrastructure.
As part of the program, the Pymble Station Upgrade will provide a station that is accessible to those with a disability, limited mobility, carers/parents with prams and customers with luggage.
The project is expected to be completed in 2023*.
three new lifts to connect Pacific Highway, Grandview Street and the station platforms to the existing footbridge
a new forecourt on the Pacific Highway side, connecting the existing footpath and bus stop to the new lift
improvements to accessible parking bays and new kiss and ride near the Pacific Highway lift entrance
improvements to amenities including a new family accessible toilet and a unisex ambulant toilet
new handrails and treads on stairs where required
additional CCTV and lighting.
Planning is underway for an accessibility upgrade at Pymble Station.
From Wednesday 2 December until Wednesday 16 December 2020 the community was invited to provide feedback on the Review of Environmental Factors. Community feedback helps Transport for NSW understand what is important to customers and the community.
The project team would like to thank the community for their feedback.
Submissions received during the public display will be considered as part of the planning approval process.
Should the project proceed, community feedback will be responded to in a Determination report which will be published on this web page. The community and stakeholders will be notified when the report is available.
Keep in touch
If you would like to receive project updates please contact us on 1800 684 490 or email email@example.com.
Please visit the Pymble Station webpage for information on station facilities and transport services.
* Estimated project completion times are subject to change.
From Tuesday 29 September to 7 October 2020, the community was invited to provide feedback on the concept design.
Key themes which emerged during consultation were:
- support for the project
- requests to preserve the character of the station
- requests for additional lighting and CCTV to increase customer safety
- requests to reconsider finishes and scale of new lift shafts
- provision of additional commuter car parking