Byron Bay Interchange

Artist's impression of the proposed Byron Bay Interchange, subject to detailed design

The NSW Government is improving accessibility and transport infrastructure at the interchange in Byron Bay as part of the Transport Access Program.

The Byron Bay Interchange project aims to provide an interchange precinct on Butler Street that is accessible to users with a disabiliry, parents and carers with prams, and people travelling with luggage.

Key features of the project

  • A heritage sympathetic bus shelter design
  • An allocated area for a ‘kiss and ride’ zone and taxi services
  • An accessible parking space
  • Allocated seating space for those with reduced mobility
  • A new amenities building with a family accessible toilet and ambulant toilet
  • An upgraded pedestrian crossing to formally connect to the town centre
  • Conservation and remediation works to the heritage water tower, including stabilisation works
  • Landscaping using native species
  • Three dedicated coach and bus bays
  • An additional bay for shuttle and mini-bus services
  • Other improvements and maintenance such as painting, new fencing and roof replacements

Updated Review of Environmental Factors on public display

Sydney Trains has prepared an updated Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for the Byron Bay Interchange on Butler Street. The updated REF will be on display for public comment from Thursday 23 May to Thursday 6 June 2019. During this time, Transport for NSW is inviting the community to provide feedback and make submissions on the REF and interchange design to help inform the project.

The REF is a planning document that outlines the proposed works, determines the potential impacts and identifies mitigation measures. The Byron Bay Interchange REF has been updated with consideration of the submissions received from the community in January 2019 and the conditions outlined by the S60, which was approved by the Office of Environment and Heritage in April 2019.

The REF and supporting documentation are on display at the Byron Bay Shire Council, Byron Bay Library, the Transport for NSW Chatswood Office and on this web page under ‘Documents’. The project team will also be in Byron Bay to meet with the community and other stakeholders at the times and locations listed.

Feedback received during the REF display period will be recorded, considered and addressed in a Determination Report. It will identify whether the project will proceed and conditons of approval.

Transport for NSW will continue to engnage with the community and stakeholders throughout the delivery of the Byron Bay Interchange project.

The NSW Government is improving accessibility and transport infrastructure at the interchange in Byron Bay as part of the Transport Access Program.

The Byron Bay Interchange project aims to provide an interchange precinct on Butler Street that is accessible to users with a disabiliry, parents and carers with prams, and people travelling with luggage.

Key features of the project

  • A heritage sympathetic bus shelter design
  • An allocated area for a ‘kiss and ride’ zone and taxi services
  • An accessible parking space
  • Allocated seating space for those with reduced mobility
  • A new amenities building with a family accessible toilet and ambulant toilet
  • An upgraded pedestrian crossing to formally connect to the town centre
  • Conservation and remediation works to the heritage water tower, including stabilisation works
  • Landscaping using native species
  • Three dedicated coach and bus bays
  • An additional bay for shuttle and mini-bus services
  • Other improvements and maintenance such as painting, new fencing and roof replacements

Updated Review of Environmental Factors on public display

Sydney Trains has prepared an updated Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for the Byron Bay Interchange on Butler Street. The updated REF will be on display for public comment from Thursday 23 May to Thursday 6 June 2019. During this time, Transport for NSW is inviting the community to provide feedback and make submissions on the REF and interchange design to help inform the project.

The REF is a planning document that outlines the proposed works, determines the potential impacts and identifies mitigation measures. The Byron Bay Interchange REF has been updated with consideration of the submissions received from the community in January 2019 and the conditions outlined by the S60, which was approved by the Office of Environment and Heritage in April 2019.

The REF and supporting documentation are on display at the Byron Bay Shire Council, Byron Bay Library, the Transport for NSW Chatswood Office and on this web page under ‘Documents’. The project team will also be in Byron Bay to meet with the community and other stakeholders at the times and locations listed.

Feedback received during the REF display period will be recorded, considered and addressed in a Determination Report. It will identify whether the project will proceed and conditons of approval.

Transport for NSW will continue to engnage with the community and stakeholders throughout the delivery of the Byron Bay Interchange project.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Submit your feedback here for the proposed Byron Bay Interchange. 

    Your feedback will be recorded, considered and potentially used to help inform further planning of the project. 

    Feedback will be addressed in a Determination Report. The report will be identify whether the project will proceed and conditons of approval.  

    If you have an enquiry or wish to receive project updates please contact us on 1800 684 490 or at projects@transport.nsw.gov.au with your request.

    Submit your feedback here for the proposed Byron Bay Interchange. 

    Your feedback will be recorded, considered and potentially used to help inform further planning of the project. 

    Feedback will be addressed in a Determination Report. The report will be identify whether the project will proceed and conditons of approval.  

    If you have an enquiry or wish to receive project updates please contact us on 1800 684 490 or at projects@transport.nsw.gov.au with your request.

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