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Pendle Hill Station Upgrade and Commuter Car Park

Commuter Car Park

Concept plans for a commuter car park at Pendle Hill Station, which would provide around 125 additional spaces, are now complete. 

A Review of Environmental Factors for the commuter car park is expected to be placed on public display and feedback invited from the community later this year.

Station Upgrade

Transport for NSW is making changes at Pendle Hill Station to improve access for customers.

The project includes:

  • Four new lifts
  • A new station concourse and footbridge
  • New stairs and platform canopies
  • A family accessible toilet.

As part of this upgrade, the existing station footbridge will be partially demolished including the complete removal of the existing ramps to Joyce Street and Wentworth Avenue.

Current works

  • Construction activities in June and July

    Over the coming months you may notice the following activities on site:

    • Installation of structural steel
    • Installation of roofing canopies on Joyce Street stairs and concourse
    • Installation of cladding on Joyce Street lift
    • Continued upgrade works on station buildings
    • Excavation works for electrical services along Joyce Street and Wentworth Avenue footpaths
    • Road, footpath and pavement upgrades along Wentworth Avenue and Joyce Street

    Works on Joyce Street lift shaft and stairs

    In June 2017 finishing works on the Joyce Street lift shaft and stairs will continue. These works will include concrete works and installation of cladding.

    To safely carry out these activities, there maybe periodic lane closures on the northern side of Joyce Street intersection with Pendle Way and temporary removal of parking on Pendle Way.

    Additionally, the taxi stand located on Joyce Street opposite the station may need to be temporary relocated to Pendle Way. Signage will be installed in advance of any traffic and taxi changes with traffic controllers on duty to assist pedestrian and vehicle movements.

    Footpath and pavement upgrade works on Joyce Street

    In June 2017 footpath and pavement works will commence along Joyce Street for a period of approximately 5 weeks. To ensure the safety of pedestrians and works crews the following changes will apply:

    • Approximately 19 parking spaces will be unavailable on the northern side of Joyce Street
    • Approximately 80m of footpath will be closed to pedestrians along Joyce Street. A temporary pedestrian crossing will be installed directing pedestrians to the southern side of Joyce Street and the existing pedestrian crossing on Joyce Street intersection with Pendle Way.
    • No parking zones will also be in place on the southern side of Joyce Street

    Night works

    To minimise disruption to passengers and ensure safety of workers, certain activities including removal of material and equipment from the platforms need to be undertaken at night. This work will take place between:

    • 10pm Friday 9 June to 4.30am Saturday 10 June 2017

    Weekend work – 1am Saturday 17 June to 10pm Sunday 18 June 2017

    The following work will be undertaken during a Sydney Trains scheduled trackwork weekend:

    • Installation of sheeting on platform 4
    • Platform 1 resurfacing works
    • Low voltage cabling and termination works
    • Transfer of materials to and from platforms

    For information on rail services during the weekend, kindly contact the Transport Infoline on 131500.

    To ensure the safety of road users and work crews there will be periodic lane closures along Wentworth Avenue. Traffic controllers will be on duty to assist pedestrian and vehicle movements.

    What plant and equipment will be used

    • Semi-trailers
    • Concrete saw
    • Mobile lighting towers
    • Portable generators
    • Construction trucks
    • Excavators
    • Franna crane
    • Power and hand tools
    • Crane
    • Elevated work platforms

    Works may be noisy at times. Every effort will be made to minimise the impact to nearby residents and businesses.

    Standard construction hours

    Other work will continue to be carried out during standard construction hours, 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm Saturday

    We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your continued patience and cooperation during these important works.


Last updated: 6 June 2017