Main station features
The new St Marys metro station would provide easy, efficient and accessible interchange with the existing T1 Western Line. The station would include a new concourse bridge that would connect north and south of the station precinct.
This new gateway to Sydney would become an important metropolitan transport interchange and would play a vital role in the revitalisation and renewal of St Marys as a strategic centre: promoting future employment growth, supporting the local population now and into the future and improving connections across Greater Western Sydney.
The new station would also provide customers with easy access to bus services and walking and cycling links.
|Centre type||Strategic centre, a new gateway to Sydney|
|Transport connections||Sydney Trains suburban rail network, walking and cycling, bus, taxi/ride share, kiss-and-ride, park-and-ride|
|Proposed station entry||One station entrance on Station Street and one station entrance on Harris Street|
|Station type||Cut and cover|
|Provision for integrated station and precinct development||Yes, in consideration of the area’s local character and relevant planning controls|
|Local government area||Penrith City Council|
Location, access and entry
The proposed St Marys metro station would be located under the existing Sydney Trains suburban rail station at St Marys and would have two entries, one on Station Street and one on Harris Street.