Friday, 05 June 2020

Jonathan O’Dea, Member for Davidson, is inviting train customers and the local community to provide feedback on the latest plans for an accessibility upgrade at Roseville Station. The upgrade will deliver a number of improvements, including two new lifts.

“The upgrade will ensure residents and commuters, including people with a disability, limited mobility, parents and carers with prams and travellers with luggage, can easily access Roseville Station,” Mr O’Dea said.

Benefits of the proposed upgrade include:
 two new lifts to provide access between Hill Street, the existing footbridge, and the station platform
 accessible pathways to the station and a new ramp connecting the Pacific Highway to the footbridge
 canopies at the Hill Street entrance and on the platform boarding assistance zone
 additional accessible parking and a kiss and ride space on Hill Street
 improved amenities, including a male and female ambulant toilet and family accessible toilet.


“Transport for NSW undertook early engagement with the community in 2019. The project team reviewed the feedback and made changes to the project scope in response to the feedback.

“As part of the planning approval process, the local community can now have their say on the updated design in the Review of Environmental Factors, which outlines the plans for the station upgrade, potential impacts on the local area and how these impacts will be managed,” said Mr O’Dea.

Transport for NSW supports the Government’s response to Coronavirus. So, to ensure the safety of staff and customers, its engagement will have an online focus.

The Review of Environmental Factors will be on public display from 5 - 19 June 2020 and can be viewed on the Transport for NSW website at Feedback can also be provided via the feedback form on the website or by emailing


The Roseville Station Upgrade is being delivered through the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program, an initiative to deliver safe, modern and accessible public transport infrastructure across the state.


The NSW Government has committed more than $2 billion in the Transport Access Program since 2011. To date, more than 470 Transport Access Program projects are either completed or underway across the state.