We are upgrading the car parks at Kyneton, Gisborne and Riddells Creek stations, building additional car parking to make it easier to catch the train.
The new car parks will include lighting and CCTV for security, landscaping, and bicycle parking facilities to make it easier for people to cycle to the station and connect to public transport.
- At Kyneton Station we are adding 50 extra car spaces, in a new car park proposed for the west of the existing car park on the north side of the tracks.
- At Gisborne Station we are adding 100 extra car spaces, in an extension and upgrade to the existing gravel carpark on the north side of the tracks.
- At Riddells Creek Station we are adding 50 extra car spaces, in a new car park proposed for the west of the existing car park, on land not currently being used.
Planning and design for the car parks is underway, with construction to begin in 2022 and the new car parks scheduled to be complete before November 2022.
In addition to extra car parking spaces, these upgrades will deliver:
- Bicycle parking at the station.
- Upgrades to safety and security with CCTV and lighting.
- More accessible parking for people of all abilities.
The projects are being delivered by VicTrack through the Car Parks for Commuters program. The program is helping to deliver the Victorian Government’s commitment of 11,000 new and upgraded car parks at train stations across metropolitan and regional Victoria.
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Having your say
Surveys seeking input on the concept layouts for each car park have now closed. The feedback will be used to inform the detailed design and construction process for the car parks. A summary of the community feedback will be available as a report here shortly. You can still keep informed about the project by subscribing for email project updates below.
We will keep you informed about progress along the way, and how your community input has informed the final design and delivery of the car park projects.
Site assessments will help us to better understand the site and how to manage the design and construction best. At Gisborne, these have already begun.
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