Brookvale

In Brookvale, the pedestrian bridge was open to the public on Tuesday 24 December, 2019. In coming weeks, the signalised crossing near William Street will be permanently closed to further improve pedestrian safety and traffic flow.

Remaining works include the installation of ‘power-sliding’ failsafe gates and finishing works to complete the new infill shelter at the northbound bus stops.

For more information on construction works for the pedestrian bridge please see the latest notifications here.

Construction activities for the pedestrian bridge will occur during the day between 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and 7am to 4pm Saturdays. Night works may be undertaken up to 2 nights per week between 8pm to 6am.

Construction also continues to build a new dedicated left-hand turn lane into Cross Street, northbound from Pittwater Road. Activities throughout January include watermain cutover, service connections and civil works to construct the left-hand turn lane.

Construction activities for the new left-hand turn lane into Cross Street will occur between 7am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. Night shifts may be undertaken up to 5 nights per week (generally Sunday to Thursday) between 6pm to 5am.

For more information on construction works for the left-hand turn into Cross Street please see the latest notification here.

Public Art has been installed on one of the two cabinets at the northbound bus stops as part of the B-Line Public Art Strategy – Be Here! Read more about it here. The final remaining artwork at the northbound stop will be installed in the coming weeks.

The scope of works delivered in Brookvale include:
  • new local and B-Line northbound and southbound bus stops on Pittwater Road, including weather protection, seating and real-time information
  • 250 dedicated commuter car park spaces constructed as part of the Brookvale Community Health Centre
  • Park&Ride commuter car parks providing customers with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport

In Brookvale, the pedestrian bridge was open to the public on Tuesday 24 December, 2019. In coming weeks, the signalised crossing near William Street will be permanently closed to further improve pedestrian safety and traffic flow.

Remaining works include the installation of ‘power-sliding’ failsafe gates and finishing works to complete the new infill shelter at the northbound bus stops.

For more information on construction works for the pedestrian bridge please see the latest notifications here.

Construction activities for the pedestrian bridge will occur during the day between 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and 7am to 4pm Saturdays. Night works may be undertaken up to 2 nights per week between 8pm to 6am.

Construction also continues to build a new dedicated left-hand turn lane into Cross Street, northbound from Pittwater Road. Activities throughout January include watermain cutover, service connections and civil works to construct the left-hand turn lane.

Construction activities for the new left-hand turn lane into Cross Street will occur between 7am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. Night shifts may be undertaken up to 5 nights per week (generally Sunday to Thursday) between 6pm to 5am.

For more information on construction works for the left-hand turn into Cross Street please see the latest notification here.

Public Art has been installed on one of the two cabinets at the northbound bus stops as part of the B-Line Public Art Strategy – Be Here! Read more about it here. The final remaining artwork at the northbound stop will be installed in the coming weeks.

The scope of works delivered in Brookvale include:
  • new local and B-Line northbound and southbound bus stops on Pittwater Road, including weather protection, seating and real-time information
  • 250 dedicated commuter car park spaces constructed as part of the Brookvale Community Health Centre
  • Park&Ride commuter car parks providing customers with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport