Key benefits include:
- A new lift with access from the Redleaf Avenue bridge to the station platform; a new accessible ramp and walkway between the station and Wahroonga Shopping Village; refurbishment of the Redleaf Avenue Bridge and new pedestrian footbridge; platform extension to connect the new lift; a new accessible toilet and unisex ambulant toilet; a new accessible parking space and spaces for kiss and ride, and taxis; a new canopy for the Platform 1 boarding assistance zone; improvements to CCTV and lighting, and 5 new bike parking hoops.
- Two new lifts connecting the platforms to the existing footbridge and commuter car parks; a new accessible parking space and kiss and ride space in both commuter car parks; a new accessible path and stairs from the station to Narara Valley Drive; a new pedestrian crossing across the northern commuter car park; platform grinding, stencilling and installation of new tactiles; relocation of the existing southbound bus stop on Narara Valley Drive; formalised Boarding Assistance Zones on each platform; a new Boarding Assistance Zone canopy on Platform 1; upgrades to lighting, electrical infrastructure and CCTV.
- Two new lifts connecting the platforms to the existing footbridge; a new accessible parking space and kiss and ride space in the Railway Crescent commuter car park; a new kiss and ride space in the Pacific Highway commuter car park; a new ramp to the southern station entry from the Pacific Highway pedestrian footpath; resurfacing work on Platform 1; formalised Boarding Assistance Zones on each platform; new Boarding Assistance Zone canopy on Platform 1; upgrades to electrical infrastructure, lighting, CCTV and public address system
TAP3 projects strive to achieve maximum social, economic and environmental outcomes and value for money. The approach to embedding sustainability on the TAP 3 program is to look at the main activities of the program and identify sustainability opportunities and outcomes.
While the scope of the TAP 3 program will focus on upgrades to meet Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport (DSAPT) requirements, the upgrades may also facilitate the use of public transport by:
- Enabling more people to transfer from using private vehicles to public transport by making stations more accessible;
- Designing interchanges to enable people to access stations by sustainable and healthy modes such as walking and cycling and by bus;
- Providing accessible parking at stations to enable trains to be used for most of the journey instead of driving the whole journey
- Rating Type: Rail
- Registered Date: 22.09.2020
- Suburbs: Wahroonga, Narara, Lisarow
- Assessor: Diana Sponneck
- Other Key Stakeholders Transport for NSW, Haslin
To find out more information about this project, visit the Transport for NSW website: