additional car spaces
Adressing accessibility, safety and connectivity concerns.
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The upgrades form part of the $1.75 billion Regional Rail Revival Program which is a joint initiative funded by the Australian and Victorian Governments. Coleman Rail is delivering the works on behalf of VicTrack.
Donnybrook Station will feature 150 additional car spaces, new platform shelters, two new bus bays, and modifications to Springs Road. Wallan Station will feature an extended waiting room, additional toilet facilities, new platform shelters, two new bus bays and additional bicycle facilities.
Location: Victoria, Australia
Contract Type: D&C
Completion date: 2020
Project Value: AU $24 million
- The upgrades have improved the efficiency of the Shepparton line in two of Victoria’s growing communities.
- Improved amenities at the stations facilitate the passengers’ accessibility and safety needs.
- The extension of the city-bound platform makes it quicker for passengers to get on and off.
- Both stations will experience a boost in security, with CCTV and improved lighting installed on platforms and in the car park to ensure passenger safety.
- The stations have undergone an extension of the city-bound platform to accommodate five-carriage loco-hauled trains and six-carriage VLocity trains, improving the V/Line services.