New Mount Druitt car park soon

Member for Mount Druitt, Richard Amery, and Member for Londonderry, Allan Shearan, today announced that works to construct a new commuter car park at Mount Druitt will commence shortly.
Im pleased to announce that works to construct a new multi-storey commuter car park on the corner of Mount Street and North Parade will start in the coming weeks, said Mr Amery.

This new commuter car park will provide approximately 220 car parking spaces to local commuters.

The project has been approved and demolition works will get underway shortly. The major contract to construct the car park is also expected to be awarded in the next week. Construction can now progress to deliver these new commuter spaces.

The project also includes disabled parking, motorcycle parking, CCTV surveillance, lighting, security fencing and an upgrade to footpaths along Mount Street and North Parade adjacent to the car park, Mr Shearan said.

The Mount Druitt Commuter Car Park forms part of the NSW Governments Commuter Car Park and Interchange Program, which will deliver additional parking for commuters and improved transport interchange facilities at key locations across the CityRail network.

Commuters in this area are already benefitting from new commuter car parks at St Marys, Werrington, Quakers Hill, and Seven Hills as part of the program, said Mr Shearan.

Transport Construction Authority (TCA) is delivering the Commuter Car Park and Interchange Program on behalf of the NSW Government.
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