Construction of the new commuter car park at Engadine Station is underway with our contractor building their site compound in preparation for the commencement of major construction later this year.

The new commuter car park will deliver around 78 new car spaces for customers travelling on public transport. We will also be making improvements to the lighting and CCTV surveillance so that customers can feel more secure and providing four accessible parking spaces within the existing car park near the station to make it easier for our less mobile customers to access public transport.

This will involve installation of temporary fencing and facilities, while there will also be some restrictions in the casual parking area of the on the southbound lanes of the Princes Highway. The safety of our customers and staff is of the utmost importance so traffic control and other safety measures will be put in place whenever required to assist motorists. Signage has also been installed to advise customers of these changes.

The new Engadine Station commuter car park is being delivered as part of the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program, an initiative to deliver modern, safe and accessible transport infrastructure. Since March 2011, more than 5,800 new commuter spaces have been provided to customers across the state with a further 7,900 on the way.