What’s this about?
We are investigating improvements to the transport network at Moss Vale including the upgrade of Moss Vale Station. We are delivering an upgrade to the Moss Vale Station to achieve Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002 (DSAPT) compliance.
The project aims to provide a station precinct that is accessible to those with a disability, limited mobility, parents/carers with prams and customers with luggage, while ensuring it aligns with Moss Vale’s transport needs.
Key features considered for the station upgrade include:
- Improved access to the station, and in the station precinct for people who are mobility-impaired
- Lift access to the station forecourt from the existing footbridge, tactile markers for the platforms and upgraded toilet facilities
- Improved pedestrian bridge access to the station from Lackey Street
- Improved access to the station from Argyle Street
- Improved access to the station from the onsite carpark and bus stop
- Upgraded bus stop (Argyle Street) and improved access to the station via upgrades to footpaths and lighting in Jubilee Park
Moss Vale transport improvements
We are investigating improvements to the transport network in the greater Moss Vale area. This forms part of our long-term commitment to provide safe, efficient and reliable journeys through Moss Vale while maintaining the character and amenity of the town centre.
This planning for a well-connected transport network focuses on all modes of transport for the community, from walking and cycling through to cars, buses and trains.
It encourages meaningful discussions with communities on how to address existing and expected future transport needs.
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