Member for Oatley Mark Coure MP today announced that early investigation work at the site of the new commuter car park at Beverly Hills Station is now underway.
The new commuter car park is being delivered through the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program, an initiative to create safe, modern and accessible public transport infrastructure across the state.
“Investigations, including site survey and geotechnical works, are taking place on Edgbaston Road near Beverly Hills Station,” Mr Coure said.
“This will help determine the shape of the car park and the number of additional spaces we can provide for our customers.
“This is an important investment by the Government as we know that some customers need to drive to the station before continuing their journey on public transport.
“Transport for NSW will be coming out to the community later this year to seek feedback that will help to guide the initial designs. I really encourage you to get involved to help make sure the car park is built to meet the needs of our community and customers.”
The NSW Government has delivered more than 6,000 free commuter car spaces since 2011 across Sydney including Oatley, Holsworthy, Padstow, Revesby, Merrylands, Ashfield, and Engadine.
To date, more than $1 billion has been invested in the Transport Access Program since 2011 with more than 450 projects either underway or completed.
In the past year, accessibility upgrades have been delivered nearby at Narwee, Panania and Jannali stations.
For more information visit www.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects-tap.