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Work begins to transform Armadale's bus-train interchange station

13/10/2006

Work on the next stage of Armadale Station will start this month as part of the State Government's plan to redevelop the precinct.

Planning and Infrastructure Minister Alannah MacTiernan said Stage Two would complete the transformation of the Armadale station into a full bus-train interchange.

Ms MacTiernan said Stage Two was expected to be finished in three months.

"Through the Public Transport Authority and the Armadale Redevelopment Authority, we have worked hard to develop a design that will make the bus-train interchange as accessible as possible," she said.

"When the work is complete, it will allow commuters to transfer more easily from bus services to the train platform."

For safety reasons, passengers will not be able to use the station car park or secure parking on Commerce Avenue while construction is under way.

"We are making arrangements for temporary parking off Green Avenue," the Minister said.

"While parking will only be available during the day, it will still be conveniently located near the station, to allow passengers to enter the station via the opposite overpass entrance."

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