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Commuter Car Park Upgrade - Berwick Railway Station

Funding Program:Urban Congestion Fund
Status:Under construction
Transport Mode:Road
Expected Start/Finish:Late 2021 - Early 2023
Estimated Project Cost:$64,200,000
Australian Government Contribution:$64,200,000
Local Council/Shire:Casey City Council
State:VIC
Corridor:Melbourne Urban

Project Description

This project is expected to construct up to 500 commuter car park spaces at Berwick Railway Station, on the Pakenham Line in south-east Melbourne. The project will include associated works such as bicycle parking, station accessibility improvements, station security, lighting improvements and station precinct amenity improvements. The project also includes the construction of temporary relief commuter car parking at Officer Railway Station. 

The existing Berwick Railway Station car park is split between the north and south of the station and contains over 1,000 sealed commuter parking spaces. The station is located in a high residential area with commercial, health, educational and industrial connections to the south. 

The project is expected to increase the capacity of the park and ride facilities at Berwick Railway Station and support public transport usage.

 

Benefits

  • Reduced congestion and improved travel times
  • Improved efficiency and network reliability
  • Supporting a more integrated and effective transport system

Funding

The Australian Government is contributing $64.2 million to this fully funded project. This includes $49.2 million of additional funding provided in 2021-22 Federal Budget.

Timetable

This project commenced construction in September 2021 and is expected to be completed early 2023.

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Project details last updated: 2/05/2022