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18 April 2022 Posted by 

MORE PARKING FOR WOY WOY

Connecting commuters with the station
MORE car parking is on the way for commuters in Woy Woy, with the site located adjacent to the existing car park on Railway Street directly south west of the station confirmed for the upgrade.
A new shared footpath along Railway Street will connect commuters from the car park to the station, with the project also to include new signage and line markings, new street lights and CCTV on the footpath for the safety of pedestrians and commuters.
 
Federal Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, said the Morrison Government was delivering on its commitment to provide more commuter parking for people on the Central Coast.
 
“Under the Urban Congestion Fund, we are delivering 181 individual packages of works nationwide,” Minister Fletcher said.
 
“There are a total number of 84 Urban Congestion Fund packages of works around Australia that are completed or underway. A further 64 are expected to start construction this year – including this one.”
 
Federal Member for Robertson Lucy Wicks said the project is all about supporting hard-working commuters to make their life better and easier.
 
“We are investing to reduce congestion and to ensure Central Coast commuters get home sooner and safer, including encouraging greater use of public transport,” Mrs Wicks said.
 
Transport for NSW expects to commence construction on the project by the end of 2022.


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