Strathfield Station to receive a revamp

A dilapidated Strathfield Station will receive a make over to improve the state’s second busiest railway station.

Commuters have had to put up with major water leaks during storms, water damage to ceilings and walls, unmaintained ramps, slippery tiles and congestion in the underground passageways.

Member for Strathfield, Charles Casuscelli and representatives from the Transport Minister’s office visited the station to see what improvements could be made.

“Local residents deserve better at their station that water leaks, slippery floors and cracked tiles when they commute to and from work,” said Casuscelli.

“Strathfield Railway stations is the second busiest transport node in NSW and it has been quite a while since it received a substantial make-over. It was clear that the Minister’s Office agreed that Strathfield Station is a top priority and I commend them for taking our local community’s issues seriously.”


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