Central Station update
15 September 2016
Today Transport for NSW (TfNSW) announced the start of consultation on how to make the Central Station Precinct a world-class transport hub for tomorrow’s Sydney.
More than 270,000 people use the station daily. In the next two decades that figure is expected to reach around 450,000.
With construction work planned for a new Sydney Metro station at Central, TfNSW has an opportunity to consider further improvements, including better connections in and around Central Station.
TfSNW is in the early stages of exploring a vision for Central, and will be considering all the feedback gathered from the community to date through the Central to Eveleigh Urban Transformation and Transport Program. This includes the ambition, vision and design principles developed with the community for the Central to Eveleigh Urban Transformation Strategy.
UrbanGrowth NSW continues to work closely with TfNSW and the Greater Sydney Commission, and its other government partners to ensure a whole-of-government approach to planning.
The first step in TfSNW’s plan will be to seek public feedback on ideas to revitalise inside and around Central, and to also engage industry through an extensive consultation program.
For more information and to get involved visit the TfNSW web site.