Broadmeadow Station upgrade

Broadmeadow Station has been upgraded as part of the Transport Access Program, a NSW Government initiative to provide a better experience for public transport customers by delivering accessible, modern, secure and integrated transport infrastructure. Major construction was completed in June 2017, and minor finishing works will take place throughout July 2017. Important information about this work can be found in this notification.

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Key features

  • Three new lifts located at Platform 2/3, Brown Road entrance and Graham Road entrance
  • New weather protection canopies at the station entrances and on Platform 2
  • Re-configuration of the station entrances on Brown and Graham roads
  • Upgraded security features including lighting and CCTV camera surveillance
  • Improved wayfinding signage, including tactile signage for vision-impaired station users
  • Footpath upgrades in the vicinity of the station entrances on Brown and Graham roads
  • A new electrical substation on Brown Road and power upgrades

Benefits

The upgrades to Broadmeadow Station deliver improved platform accessibility for customers, as well as better weather protection, security, lighting and wayfinding signage.

Before and after

Project status

Review of Environmental Factors

Project approval

Construction contract awarded

Construction underway

Upgrade complete