Roseville Station Upgrade

Reviewed

Project overview

The upgrade at Roseville Station is being delivered as part of the Transport Access Program, 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 Roseville 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.

Key benefits

  • a new footbridge to replace the existing dated footbridge
  • a new ramp to provide access between the Pacific Highway and the new footbridge
  • two new lifts and stairways to provide access between Hill Street, the new footbridge and the station platform
  • a new family accessible toilet
  • new accessible pathways throughout the station precinct
  • a proposed interchange zone, which may include accessible parking, taxi zone and kiss and ride
  • improvements to CCTV and lighting to increase safety and security
  • the removal of the existing footbridge on completion of the new footbridge.
Planning
In progress
Complete

Project Status

As part of the planning approval process, initial consultation was undertaken at the station on 5 February 2019 when members of the project team met with local community members. During this consultation, we received a range of constructive feedback, which will be considered in the further development of the early concept design and subsequent planning approval documentation.

Key themes which emerged during consultation were:

  • support for the project
  • questions regarding duration and delivery timeframes
  • requests to preserve the character of the station
  • desire for canopies and weather protection
  • requests to include the improvement of pathways surrounding the station precinct
  • desire for increased kiss and ride facilities.

Next steps

Transport for NSW will progress the initial concept design for the project, including identification and consideration of environmental constraints, risks and opportunities in response to early community feedback. The concept design and key planning documentation will go on public display for further community consultation during 2019.

Subject to planning approval, construction is expected to commence in the second half of 2020 and take up to two years to complete.

Project updates

If you would like to be emailed project updates please contact us at projects@transport.nsw.gov.au

 

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