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12 ISSUE 17 | SEPTEMBER 2011


HAWKESBURY DISTRICT INDEPENDENT NEWS | www.hdinews.com.au


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ommunity consultation for the upgrade


of road and pedestrian rail crossings near East Richmond station has begun, Member for Londonderry Bart Bassett has announced. Te road rail crossing


on Bourke Street is to be upgraded, as well as the pedestrian rail crossing at Moray Street. “Te upgrade of the two


railway level crossings and two pedestrian crossings will feature warning bells, signals and gates to enhance safety and provide more convenient access to the station,” Mr Bassett said. “Train passengers, pedestrians and


motorists will benefit from the proposed upgrade of the local railway level crossings and pedestrian crossings at East Richmond Station because it will improve the general safety of the East Richmond railway precinct,” he said. “Tis is good news for local train


commuters, and once community consultation has taken place and the design finalised, work can begin on this safety upgrade.” Other changes proposed include


improvements to footpaths to reduce trip hazards and realigning the fencing to aid pedestrian flow. Te upgrade will also be compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act to ensure it is easily accessible for all users. RailCorp has identified nine


residences and one commercial operator, the Richmond Golf Club - that may


be affected by plans to upgrade the crossings on Bourke and Moray Streets. Planned community consultation by RailCorp will include mailing letters to residents outlining the proposed design, door knocking with local land owners to discuss the project and recording feedback received by Hawkesbury City Council. Mr Bassett said safety was a priority


on the rail network and this included ensuring safe access to local stations and around the tracks. “Most accidents around trains and


railways are easy to avoid by crossing the train tracks at railway level crossings and other designated crossings,” he said. “I want to remind everyone about the


importance of not taking unnecessary risks around train lines, such as cutting across the tracks or dodging traffic to save time,” Mr Bassett said. After residents have provided their


feedback, the design of the crossings will be finalized and work is expected to start in 2012/2013.


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