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Ahead of the inaugural Stations and Terminal Design and Development Summit 2017 we explore Auckland’s CRL Project and explore how flexible and functional station design is leading to improved stakeholder engagement and increased customer satisfaction.
In Australia alone, we have seen over $50 billion in critical road and rail infrastructure funding to ease congestion in our cities, including investment into underground rail projects and station upgrades. An increased transport network means hundreds of new transportation hubs will be surfacing across our cities, ultimately changing the way the public experiences travel and commuting.
Ahead of the inaugural Station and Terminals Design and Development Summit 2017 we chat to John Sung, Project Manager for the $100 million Transport for New South Wales Wynyard Station redevelopment.
The redevelopment of the 85 year old station began in mid 2015 and aims to improve overall station functionality through and an overhaul of the concourse, ticket area and new fixtures and finishes, such as lighting, tiling and painting – ultimately increasing patronage and improving the commuter experience.
In this presentation from Design and Development of Stations and Terminals 2017, David Anderson, Technical Director, Aurecon, explores the design and construction challenges faced on current station redevelopment projects Aurecon is currently working on across Australia and what stations and terminals of the future might look like.
In this presentation from the Design and Development of Stations and Terminals 2017, David Baker, Alliance Technical Director, Novo Rail, explores strategies used in the Wynyard Station Upgrade Project to improve asset performance and ensure trains arrive on time; and key lessons learned from the project journey to date.
In this presentation from the Design and Development of Stations and Terminals 2017, Stephen Spacey, Director Design and Technical Services, Sydney Metro explores how Sydney Metro’s Design Features will revolutionise the way Sydney Travels and Help Create New Communities.
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Neighbouring commercial properties around Henry Deane Plaza and the Goods Line will be acquired as part of the ambitious 20-year building scheme by the NSW Government, including a heritage-listed post office building and a YHA hostel.
A worldwide benchmarking study that analysed 27 transit hubs from across the world has found that Australian train stations lag behind their global counterparts due to age, low integration with precincts, and return on property value.
In this case study, Matt Williamson Senior Project Manager at the Level Crossing Removal Association (LXRA) and Brett Summers, Project Director at the LXRA share insight into how the Level Crossing Removal Program is set to deliver industry wide safety improvements for construction workers, drivers and passengers; and the lessons learned from the project journey to date.