Pukekohe station upgrade progresses
Auckland Transport have provided the following update on the Pukekohe station upgrade project:
- The new pedestrian overbridge is taking shape with precast concrete structures installed on piers three and four.
- The new Transdev office deck is complete.
- Installation of utility services and compound fences is nearly finished and on office relocation is on target.
- The retaining wall for the new park and ride site is finished.
- Bus shelter piling is to be undertaken once geo-tech testing has been concluded.
- Works to rebuild and raise the station platform level are now underway.
- Night works will occur from now on as required.
- Works are expected to begin on the Station Road car park in early October.
- This may involve the temporary loss of approximately four car parks.
- Two mobility carparks will be retained and available at all times.
Design image of the new pedestrian overbridge.
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