Gallery: New Warragul Station car park opens
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By Emily Kulich // 13:01, Tuesday 2 September 2014
WARRAGUL Station’s new 200-space car park, pedestrian foot bridge and bus interchange were opened at a community event on Sunday.
Above: Narracan MP Gary Blackwood, Baw Baw mayor Murray Cook, McMillan MP Russell Broadbent and Baw Baw CEO Helen Anstis cut the cake at Sunday’s grand opening. Photos by article author.
The facilities were constructed as part of the $26 million Warragul rail precinct upgrade, which also included the installation of traffic lights at the Alfred and Howitt Street intersection, moving and renovation of the historic goods shed and construction of an underpass linking Alfred Street to Normanby Place.
The underpass will be completed and opened mid-next year, while what will happen with the goods shed remains to be seen.
Funding for the project came from state, local and federal government.
Above: Mr Cook, Ms Anstis, Mr Blackwood and Warragul ward councillor Joe Gauci cross the new pedestrian overpass.
Above: ceremonies underway.
Above: emergency services were at the opening to provide education and entertainment for visitors.
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