The METRONET Office and the City of Bayswater will work together to create a precinct and station upgrade that provides the best outcomes for the network and local community.
To ensure the upgrade meets the community’s needs as much as possible within the space, cost and operational constraints, we asked for resident's feedback in our online survey which has now closed.
We also held two Bayswater Projects Drop-in Sessions where locals spoke to team members about the station upgrade, and other projects in the area such as the Forrestfield-Airport Link, Bayswater Bike Boulevard project, and City of Bayswater’s Town Structure Plan.
The concept design phase is expected to take six months, when it will be submitted to the Government for endorsement and the project can proceed. We will provide the final plans and the result of your feedback at this time.
Recognising the important role Bayswater Station has to the town centre, the METRONET Office is working closely with the local community.
Thanks to the 972 people who completed the online survey, the team have a good understanding of what the community would like to see from the Station Upgrade.
The team are now working with the Town Centre Structure Plan Community Advisory Group to capture feedback on the design work as it progresses.