Towradgi Station Upgrade


Project overview

The NSW Government is improving accessibility at Towradgi Station.

This upgrade is 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 Towradgi 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 late 2022*.

Key benefits

  • A new footbridge over the rail corridor connecting the platforms of Towradgi Station
  • Two new lifts which will have three stops including platform level, road/pedestrian level and footbridge level. Lift landings will also have weather protection canopies at the waiting areas
  • New footpaths to connect Towradgi Road and Weber Crescent to the station and the new footbridge, as well as footpaths to the new accessible car spaces and kiss and ride area
  • Two accessible parking spaces and a kiss and ride zone on Weber Crescent
  • New stairs on either side of the footbridge
  • Replacing the existing station toilet with a new family accessible toilet
  • Replacement of platform shelters
  • Minor regrading and widening of the station platforms
  • Ancillary upgrades such as upgrades to closed circuit television (CCTV), lighting, handrails, drainage works, landscaping, wayfinding and signage
  • Construction of a new station services equipment room (SSER) next to Weber Crescent.
In progress

Project Status

The contract for Towradgi Station Upgrade project was awarded in March 2021 and construction is underway. 

Work continuing through September includes:

  • excavating behind platforms 1 and 2 for future lift and stair construction
  • pouring concrete for bridge footings and retaining wall
  • installing rock anchors to stabilize the rock around the excavation works
  • installing electrical services
  • surveying the site.

Working hours

To support industry and continue the delivery of critical infrastructure, the NSW Government has amended the rules around operating hours on work sites. Sites are now able to operate seven days a week and on public holidays from 7am to 6pm. These changes allow work sites to support social distancing and the health and wellbeing of workers.

To make up for the delays caused by the COVID-19 restrictions that paused construction for two weeks in July, the Towradgi Station Upgrade will be using the extended hours and work will be taking place on Saturdays and Sundays until Sunday 12 September.

During the weekend of Saturday 11 September and Sunday 12 September, work will take place during a scheduled Sydney Trains trackwork period when no trains will be running, some staff may arrive before 6 am to signing in, to start COVID-19 safety checks and for pre-start meetings; construction work will not begin until after 7 am. All work is dependent on weather and site conditions and is subject to change.

*Estimated project completion times are subject to change. 

Keep in touch 

If you would like to receive further information or project updates, please register to join the Towradgi Station distribution list by calling 1800 684 490 or emailing

Station information

Please visit the Towradgi Station webpage for information on station facilities and transport services.

Community Notifications

Planning Documents

Project History

The Review of Environmental Factos for the Towradgi Station Upgrade project was on public display from 20 July – 3 August 2020. During this time, the community is invited to provide feedback.

Feedback on the project’s Review of Environmental Factors will assist the project team to further develop the designs for the upgrade.

The project team would like to thank the community for their feedback.