The NSW Government's Sydney Metro Northwest includes 13 metro railway stations and 4,000 commuter parking spaces and the fully automated metro train service starts in the second quarter of 2019.
In addition to the 4,000 new commuter car parking spaces being provided at the new Sydney Metro stations, Sydney Metro is preparing a Parking Management Strategy to address any impacts to streets around the stations.
The Parking Management Strategy will provide recommendations for the implementation of on-street parking management measures around the new Sydney Metro stations to help ensure safe and efficient access for all customers.
An Overview Report has been developed to provide a summary of the proposed on-street parking changes. This report is available to view on this webpage under 'Related Information' or online here.
Have Your Say
The NSW Government's Sydney Metro is undertaking public consultation on the Parking Management Strategy for proposed parking changes around the Northwest Stations. The outcomes of this consultation will be provided to Councils, who are the authority for on-street parking changes on local roads. This consultation will form part of the information considered by Council when assessing any proposed parking changes.
Following the period of public consultation, Sydney Metro will submit the recommended parking changes to Council’s local traffic committee for assessment.
If approved by Council, Sydney Metro will implement the parking changes prior to the commencement of Sydney Metro Northwest services in 2019.
The community is invited to comment on the proposals by 17 December 2018.
Community members are invited to submit their feedback on the proposed parking changes by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to:
Sydney Metro Northwest
PO Box 588
North Ryde BC 1670
Your feedback should include:
- Your name and address
- Your feedback on the parking changes, including whether you support or do not support the changes and the reasons why.
- Your feedback should be marked ‘Attention: Sydney Metro Northwest Parking Management Strategy’