Warrawee Station Upgrade
The NSW Government is improving accessibility at Warrawee Station as part of the Transport Access Program. The project aims to provide a station precinct that is accessible to those with a disability, limited mobility, parents/carers with prams and customers with luggage.
- a new lift and entry points
- a canopy from the new lift to the station building on the platform
- two new accessible parking spaces on Heydon Avenue
- three new kiss and ride spaces on Warrawee Avenue, and a new kiss and ride space on Heydon Avenue
- new accessible pathways throughout the station precinct
- a new family accessible toilet and unisex ambulant toilet
- improvements to CCTV and lighting to increase safety and security.
Have your say
The public display period for community feedback has now closed.
Thank you to everyone who provided feedback during the recent community consultation period. Information about the feedback received during this period and how it was considered will be detailed in the project Determination Report.
Stakeholders who provided feedback will receive a letter with further information about their submission.
The Review of Environmental Factors (REF) was on public display from Tuesday 30 April until Tuesday 14 May 2019. The REF and supporting documentation was available for viewing at Ku-ring-gai Council Office, Turramurra Library, the Transport for NSW Chatswood office, and digitally on this webpage.
Stakeholders and the community were invited to submit feedback on the proposed designs during the public display period. Key themes that emerged were:
- General support for the project
- Requests for more commuter parking
- Suggestions to improve the road configuration and lighting on Hastings Road and Warrawee Avenue to improve traffic flow and safety
- Suggestions to improve disability parking
All feedback submitted during the public display period will be considered by the project team during the determination of this project. This feedback is important to us and will be kept in accordance with our privacy obligations (PDF, 438.6 KB).
No personal information will be identified in the Determination Report.
Respondents who have provided contact details will receive notification from Transport for NSW once the project has been determined including information about how their feedback was considered.
Notifications and Reports
- Warrawee Station Upgrade REF (PDF, 28.14 MB) (PDF, 28.14 MB)
- Warrawee Station Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (PDF, 11.97 MB) (PDF, 11.97 MB)
- Warrawee Station Noise and Vibration Impact Assessment (PDF, 49.43 MB) (PDF, 49.43 MB)
- Warrawee Station Statement of Heritage Impact (PDF, 22.23 MB) (PDF, 22.23 MB)
- Warrawee Station Biodiversity Assessment Report (PDF, 2.94 MB) (PDF, 2.94 MB)
- Warrawee Station Arboricultural Impact Assessment Report (PDF, 1.72 MB) (PDF, 1.72 MB)
- Warrawee Station Upgrade Community Notification – April/May 2019 (PDF, 2.09 MB)
Submissions received during the public display period of the planning documentation are currently being reviewed by the project team, and will be formally responded to in a Determination Report.
This report will also state whether the project has received planning approval to proceed, and specify the conditions of approval.
An update will be provided to the community once a decision has been made.
If you would like to be emailed project updates please contact us at email@example.com