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Friday, April 3, 2020

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Mandurah Train Station car park expanded

Work has started on expanding the Mandurah Train Station car park.

Fencing was installed on Monday and clearing and site works are scheduled to start later in the week.

Transport Minister Simon O’Brien said the work was being carried out as part of the Liberal-National Government’s $49.5million car park expansion project, which would see 3,000 new parking bays built at stations on the Mandurah and Joondalup lines.

“Additional pay-and-display bays are being built in the south-west corner of the existing car park,” Mr O’Brien said.

“Also, two small areas within the existing car park will be reconfigured to provide an increase of 280 bays, bringing their total number at Mandurah to more than 1,150, including fully accessible bays.

“The new area will be finished with increased lighting and CCTV, in line with this Government’s promise to enhance security in and around train stations.

“The construction is expected to be completed by June this year.”

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