Construction is continuing on our upgrades to Wallan Station to cater for the community’s growing population and to improve safety, access and comfort for passengers.
The Wallan Station upgrade includes:
- extension of the waiting room
- new toilets in the waiting room
- new platform shelters
- two new bus bays with shelters
- improved security with CCTV and lighting on platforms and in the car park
- additional bicycle parking
- an extension of the city-bound platform.
What are the benefits?
Passengers are already enjoying the benefits of our upgrades to Wallan Station.
The extension to the city-bound platform has made it quicker for passengers to get on and off the train, reducing the amount of time trains need to stop at the station and providing a more reliable journey for passengers.
A new bus interchange and reconfigured car park has made Wallan Station safer and easier to access for buses, cars and pedestrians.
The upgrade to the city-bound waiting room, including new toilets, will improve comfort and amenity for passengers.
The city-bound waiting room at Wallan Station will be closed to passengers until May while we undertake construction within the building.
The waiting room on the Seymour-bound platform, as well as the new shelters on the extended platform will be available for passengers to use during this time.
Find out about current works.
What are the next steps?
Construction on the city-bound waiting room upgrade is targeted for completion in the coming months.
The new bus interchange and reconfigured car park is now complete and open to station users.
Who is responsible?
The Donnybrook and Wallan station upgrades are being delivered by Rail Projects Victoria (RPV), on behalf of the Victorian Government.
The construction contractor for the project is Coleman Rail.