Transport for NSW has revealed plans for a new southern bridge over the rail corridor at the western (or Newtown) end of the above-ground platforms at Redfern station. It’s hard to believe that, as things stand, the bridge will not accommodate cyclists.
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) held a short consultation for a proposed new six metre wide southern concourse for Redfern Station in the second half of May and early June – But it falls short of the full accessibility upgrade Redfern rail users seek.
Excavation work continues across the whole of the station box area at the Waterloo station site.
Federal legislation requires full train network access by 2022, but no plans for Redfern station accessablility scheduled.
The non-statutory period for the Waterloo Metro Quarter proposal, showing what will go above the station, has been and gone – you might have missed it.
Undertakings given to public housing tenants broken as Metro Quarter exhibition is fast-tracked.
Village2Village provides transportation every Thursday and Friday.
A significant win for Alexandria residents, with the introduction of a 40 km/h speed limit in most local streets.
A heritage viewing of the station site on Botany Road, Cope and Raglan streets was conducted by Sydney Metro City & Southwest on Saturday February 10.
The workshops are recognised within Australia and internationally for their exceptional heritage significance.