The Como Station Upgrade project is registered under the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia’s (ISCA) IS Rating Scheme to drive sustainability outcomes for the station. The project is planned to achieve an Excellent rating for ‘Design’ and ‘As-Built’ under the scheme by optimising governance, economic, environmental and social performance for the whole of life of the asset.
The project’s application for a ‘Design’ Rating will be submitted to ISCA for verification and we will be working towards achieving the final ‘As-Built’ rating after project completion.
For more information on Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia’s (ISCA) IS Rating Scheme please visit www.isca.org.au
The NSW Government is improving accessibility at Como Station.
The upgrade will be delivered as part of the Transport Access Program, an initiative to provide a better experience for public transport customers by delivering modern, safe and accessible infrastructure.
As part of the program, Como Station will be upgraded to provide a station that is accessible to those with a disability, limited mobility, carers/parents with prams and customers with luggage.
The project is expected to be completed by late 2021.
The Degnan Project Team is exploring some innovative and exciting ideas to involve the local community in the development of the station’s new aesthetic features and delivery of the project. Degnan is committed to improving community health and wellbeing, and the team is looking forward to offering new opportunities at Como Station.
Key benefits of the station upgrade
- Two new lifts connecting the platform and commuter car park to the underpass
- Upgraded station entry at the commuter car park, including new stairs to connect to the underpass
- Relocated three existing accessible parking spaces closer to the new lifts
- Upgrades to existing ramp from Railway Road to meet compliant grade, and new accessible pathways throughout the station precinct
- Formalised kiss and ride area on Railway Road
- Improved amenities such as new male and female ambulant toilets, a new family accessible toilet, CCTV and lighting
- Redesign of new stairs to connect customers from Como Parade to the underpass to replace the existing non compliant ramp
The first Como station opened on 26 December 1885
When the original iron lattice girder bridge over the Georges River was replaced, a new station was built about 1km to the south this opened in November 1972
The old bridge was re-furbished & re-opened on 15 December 1985 as a dual-use cyclist/pedestrian path linking Oatley & Como