Commuters are being invited to have a say on carpark upgrades planned for the Tarneit and Wyndham Vale train stations.
The upgrades will be delivered by the Level Crossing Removal Project through the state government’s Carparks for Commuters program.
New and upgraded carparks, accessible parking, lighting, CCTV, bicycle facilities and landscaping will be installed at both railway stations.
Tarneit Station will have 500 new and upgraded parking spaces built.
The plans include a new carpark to be located to the north-east of the station, and an extension of the existing carpark parallel to Leakes Road on the south side of the station.
Commuters at Wyndham Vale Station will see approximately 380 new and upgraded parking spaces constructed, including a new carpark along Hobbs Road to the north of Ballan Road.
Members of the public can provide feedback on any aspect of the carpark project including design considerations, and management or mitigation measures for any potential impacts upon the community.
All feedback received will be included in a public consultation summary report, excluding any personal information.
The final designs for the station upgrades are due to be announced later in 2021, with construction scheduled to be completed by the end of 2022.