The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with works to deliver a new multi-deck car park at Sunbury Station, making it easier for commuters to park, catch the train and travel.

Minister for Public Transport Ben Carroll today announced site preparations and the relocation of underground utilities have commenced, with major construction set to get underway later this month.

The project will see more than 400 new car parking spaces delivered. It will also include accessible car parking, as well as better lighting and improved signage within the station precinct.

From 20 June, ground-level car parks on the site where the new multi-deck car park is being built will be closed. Signed detours will be in place to help motorists, pedestrians and cyclists get where they need to go.

Commuter car parking near the station entrances on the east and west sides will remain open during the works, as well as free all-day parking in other areas around Sunbury station.

Pedestrians will still have access from the south and south-east of the station via the footpath on Evans Street and the main station entrance on Brook Street.

Alternative parking for commuters will also be provided in the council-operated car park on Brook Street, near Hume Global Learning Centre – a -seven-minute walk or two-minute bus ride from Sunbury Station.

For local shoppers and visitors, other short-term parking options can be found on the south of Evans Street, within 400 metres of the existing car park site, or in the car park on Barkly Street.

The project is being delivered by Hume City Council and is jointly funded with support from the Australian Government’s Urban Congestion Fund, the Victorian Government’s Car Parks for Commuters Program, the Victorian Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution (GAIC) Fund, and Hume City Council.

Works on the new multi-deck car park will be complete late-2024.

Quote attributable to Member for Sunbury Josh Bull

“We’re getting on with works to build this new car park at Sunbury Station – which will make catching the train so much easier and safer for commuters.”

This long-awaited project will also help ease parking pressure in local streets and complements the other major rail upgrades that will benefit Sunbury and the region in coming years.”

Quote attributable to Mayor of Hume City Cr Joseph Haweil

“We are excited to start construction on this important project for Sunbury. The new car park will reduce congestion on our local roads and provide easy access for more commuters and shoppers.”

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