What’s this about?
Currently, Denistone Station is accessible via stairs only. Upgrading the station precinct will make Denistone Station accessible to everyone, including those with disability, limited mobility, parents/carers with prams, and customers with luggage.
Feedback is welcome on the Review of Environmental Factors for this project.
Proposed key features of the project include:
- Two new lifts to connect the station concourse to the station platforms.
- New canopies and new benches at the boarding assistance zones on both platforms.
- Upgrades to both platform surfaces including the waiting rooms to provide accessible paths from the new lifts to the boarding assistance zones and station amenities.
- Upgrades to the existing stairs on both platforms with new compliant handrails and stair nosings.
- New family accessible toilet and new unisex ambulant toilet within the existing station building on Platforms 1 and 2.
- Reinstating the heritage awning at the station entrance.
- A new kiss and ride bay and a new bench next to the existing school service bus stop on Gordon Crescent.
- An accessible parking space in the commuter car park on Gordon Crescent including regrading and new line marking as required.
- Relocation of the existing bike racks in the Gordon Crescent car park.
- Relocation or replacement of the existing Opal card readers, drinking fountain, vending machine, and seating.
- Upgrades to the footpaths and ramp access between the station entrance and the existing car park on Gordon Crescent, and regrading of the pathways throughout the station precinct for accessibility
- Improvements to CCTV, lighting, and wayfinding.
Have your say
Have your say by Friday 17 December 2021.
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