Wyee Station Upgrade
The Design and Construct upgrades at Wyee Station were delivered as part of the Transport Access Program (TAP). TAP aims to provide a safe and enhanced travelling experience for public transport commuters by delivering easily accessible, modern, secure and integrated transport infrastructure. Within this program, the completed station works will improve the access of the station for the community.
Over 54 weeks of construction, 29,636 hours were worked to complete the work required for the station upgrade. Works included the installation of three new passenger lifts, connecting the platforms to Gorokan and Wyee Roads via the existing footbridge for improved access for the community. Canopies and screens were then installed to the entrance of the new lifts.
Gartner Rose completed upgrades to the existing pedestrian pathways to improve access to essential station facilities including from both commuter car parks at Gorokan Road and Wyee Road. A new accessible parking space and kiss and ride space was also constructed in the Gorokan Road commuter car park.
New bollards and fencing around the station were installed and accessibility improvements were made to station facilities, including the station waiting room and the construction of a new Family Accessible Toilet. Further key activities included:
- Upgrades to CCTV, PA and OPAL
- New wayfinding signage
- Security, electrical and lighting upgrades
- Installation of new handrails and tactiles
- Landscaping work around the station
- New stairs to replace the existing ramp
Transport for NSW
June 2019 - September 2020