Hornsby Junction Remodelling
The project features an upgrade to the T1 North Shore Line.
- Faster turnaround times for trains at Hornsby
- Increased passenger capacity on the T1 North Shore Line
- Increased reliability of the T1 North Shore Line
The Hornsby Junction is the network of interconnected tracks located between the Pacific Highway and Bridge Road, Hornsby. The Junction is heavily used by both passenger and freight rail services and is where the T1 Northern Line and T1 North Shore Line meet.
Upgrading Hornsby Junction will provide long-term benefit to the community by delivering faster turnaround times for trains and increased capacity and reliability for the T1 North Shore Line.
George Street commuter car park reopened Thursday 22 February
The main car park on George Street has been reopened to commuters, providing approximately 370 spaces.
Commuter parking at Westfield Hornsby (level 4, rooftop) remains available Monday to Friday between 5am and 10pm (excludes public holidays and select dates in December).
This will provide customers with access to more than 700 dedicated spaces during peak times close to Hornsby Station while plans for the commuter car park and precinct are developed with Council.
Accessible parking remains in place at the smaller commuter car park on George Street.
Thank you for your patience and understanding while the George Street car park was closed for the Hornsby Junction Remodelling project.
Please see map below for current parking options
What is the long term plan for commuter parking at Hornsby?
We are continuing to work with Hornsby Shire Council to investigate how a commuter car park can be incorporated into the broader plans for the Hornsby Station precinct.
The parking arrangements at Westfield Hornsby will also remain in place when the George Street car park re-opens in early 2018, meaning customers will have access to more than 700 dedicated spaces during peak times close to Hornsby Station until a permanent commuter parking facility is built.
Major construction work is now complete on the Hornsby Junction Remodelling Project, however a number of minor works will take place over the coming months.
There will be some temporary loss of parking in the George Street commuter car parks throughout May and June while a new electrical transformer is installed.
From 8pm to 6am on Friday 22, Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 June, Peats Ferry Road will be closed between George Street and High Street to carry out works on overhead wires. Traffic detours will be in place via Bridge Road.
For more detailed information about construction activities see:
- Hornsby Junction community notification November and December 2018 (PDF, 642.24 KB)
- Hornsby Junction community notification October 2018 (PDF, 151.98 KB)
A new precinct plan for Hornsby Station
Transport for NSW is working with Hornsby Shire Council on a precinct plan for Hornsby Station and the surrounding area to improve connectivity around the precinct and access to transport.
In 2016 we presented plans to the community for a new commuter car park facility. Construction of the car park has been put on hold while we work with Hornsby Shire Council to investigate how a commuter car park can be incorporated into the broader plans for the precinct.
There will be an opportunity for customers to have their say on the precinct plan and commuter parking during the planning process.
Read more about changes to commuter parking and our plans for the Hornsby Station precinct in the media release from the Member for Hornsby.
For more information please call the Project Infoline 1800 684 490 or email email@example.com.
The planning documents below provide further details on the works, potential impacts and mitigation measures. A copy of the Determination Report can also be found below.
- Hornsby Projects Determination Report (PDF, 9.44 MB)
- Hornsby Projects Review of Environmental Factors (PDF, 5.37 MB)
- Aboriginal Heritage Assessment (PDF, 588.3 KB)
- Noise and Vibration Assessment (PDF, 4.76 MB)
- Noise and Vibration Assessment March 2016 (PDF, 319.89 KB)
- Non Aboriginal Heritage Assessment (PDF, 1.79 MB)
- Non Aboriginal Heritage Assessment March 2016 (PDF, 1.04 MB)
- Sustainability Assessment (PDF, 835.73 KB)
- Traffic and Transport Assessment (PDF, 8.84 MB)
- Traffic and Transport Assessment March 2016 (PDF, 253.13 KB)
- Visual Impact Assessment (PDF, 2.85 MB)
- Visual Impact Assessment April 2016 (PDF, 3.73 MB)
- Hornsby Junction Remodelling Project Construction Noise Strategy (PDF, 348.62 KB)