220 Extra Car Parks at Keilor Plains Station

The Andrews Labor Government is relieving pressure on packed train station car parks across Victoria, to make it easier for people to drive to the station, catch the train and get to work on time.

The Victorian Budget 2016/17 delivers more than $20 million to expand station car parks in the outer-suburbs of Melbourne and regional Victoria where more spaces are needed most.

This investment includes up to 220 extra spaces at Keilor Plains Station and upgrades to the carpark infrastructure.

All-in-all, more than 1,500 extra spaces will be created at railway station car parks across the metropolitan and regional networks.

The Labor Government is also improving bus connections to train stations with more bus routes coordinating with trains.

It’s part of the Labor Government’s overhaul of Victoria’s public transport system, to run more trains, that turn up on time more often, for a growing Victoria.

Quotes attributable to Member for St Albans, Natalie Suleyman MP

“More and more people are catching the train to work, which is putting massive pressure on car parking at Keilor Plains station.”

“This critical investment will reduce the daily scramble to get a park and mean more choice for more people in St Albans and Keilor Downs about how they get around.”

“The Andrews Labor Government is delivering the major public transport projects our network needs, and making the small local improvements that make a big difference to people’s day-to-day lives.”

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