Transport Minister Visits Granville Interchange

Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian and Granville MP Tony Issa visited Granville Station today to inspect the completion of the first phase of the Granville Interchange Project by Gartner Rose.

The Granville commuter car park and interchange project is being delivered as part of the NSW Government’s $770 million Transport Access Program, to deliver modern, safe and accessible transport infrastructure.

“Granville customers will benefit from around 60 new parking spaces in a new commuter car park on Mary Street and a planned extension to the existing car park at the corner of Rowell and Cowper streets,” Ms Berejiklian said.

Ms Berejiklian said the works have lifted the look and feel of the Granville station precinct and will greatly improve journeys for hundreds of public transport customers.

Mr Issa said he was pleased local bus and train customers could now take advantage of extra parking at the station.

“The NSW Government has also delivered an upgraded bus interchange at Granville station, complete with new bus shelters, new footpaths, public toilets, as well as extra CCTV cameras to increase safety,” Mr Issa said.

“Construction started on the project in April this year and we have wasted no time to deliver the improvements for customers ahead of schedule.”


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