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The upgraded station is more accessible and features improved amenities, to cater to Bacchus Marsh’s growing population.
Passengers will find it much easier to get between platforms and around the station, with lifts and ramps available for people with mobility aids or prams.
The upgrade included rebuilding the northern car park and adding a new car park on the southern side, giving passengers 100 extra parking spaces and improved bus bays, bike parking, CCTV and lighting.
The upgraded station features:
All trains will continue to use platform 1 at Bacchus Marsh Station until after a commissioning period, which is taking place from Monday 28 December 2020 to Saturday 30 January 2021. There will be no access to Bacchus Marsh Station’s second platform until then.
At the completion of the final phase of works on the Ballarat Line Upgrade, Bacchus Marsh passengers will benefit from all trains from Ballarat stopping at the station – providing more peak services to Southern Cross including 10 extra services per week as part of a timetable change starting on Sunday 31 January 2021.
Bacchus Marsh Station upgrade complete
Station images timeline
Start of project
This article first appeared on regionalrailrevival.vic.gov.au
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