Feedback wanted

Residents in south west Sydney are being asked for their opinion on the Panania Station Upgrade

Feedback wanted
Artist impression of the upgraded Panania Station

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has invited the community to provide feedback on proposed designs for the Panania Station Upgrade, with planning documents now on public display.

The Panania Station upgrade will include three new lifts, a new footbridge, bicycle facilities, a new family accessible toilet, improved information and wayfinding, new stairs to the platforms and upgrades to lighting and CCTV.

"With the planning documents now on public display, this is great opportunity to have your say on the development of your local station," a TfNSW spokesperson says.

"The upgrade is a huge boost for thousands of Panania customers, especially older people, people with a disability and parents with prams.

"It will make catching public transport a much more attractive option."

The upgrade is being delivered as part of the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program, an initiative to deliver modern, safe and accessible transport infrastructure.

South West Sydney customers are already benefiting from new commuter car parks and station upgrades delivered under the Transport Access Program.

A new multi-storey commuter car park opened in June 2015 at Padstow Station and 400 new car spaces opened last week at Holsworthy Station.

Work on a $10 million upgrade at Bankstown Station was completed in September 2015 and an upgrade of Narwee Station is also planned.

The Review of Environmental Factors (REF) outlines details of the proposed station upgrade, the potential project impacts and how these will be managed. 

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