Brookvale

In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

Brookvale is a busy public transport interchange, retail and health precinct regularly used by bus customers, pedestrians and cyclists, as well as general traffic. Upcoming construction works to install a new pedestrian bridge and construct a northbound left hand turn lane into Cross Street will improve safety and traffic flow through this area.

Where possible, this work will take place during standard construction hours from Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm and Saturday 8am to 1pm.

As part of this program, the Brookvale Pedestrian Bridge will be constructed to span across Pittwater Road from the side of the new Brookvale Community Health Centre (BCHC) to the bus stops on the western side of Pittwater Road out the front of Westfield Warringah Mall. The at-grade crossing on Pittwater Road near William Street will no longer be operational.

The construction of the Brookvale Pedestrian Bridge will include:

  • installation of two fail-safe gates and pedestrian fencing. This will improve safety by preventing pedestrians and cyclists crossing Pittwater Road once the bridge is in place
  • a new lift dedicated to the pedestrian bridge in the existing shaft of the BCHC
  • a new lift and stairwell on the western side of Pittwater Road
  • an additional shelter to improve existing coverage for the pedestrian walkway linking the pedestrian bridge to both local and B-Line bus stops, and access to Westfield Warringah Mall

Activities in Brookvale will also include construction of a dedicated left-hand turn lane into Cross Street northbound from Pittwater Road.

The April construction notification outlining work for Brookvale is available here.

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 planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

Brookvale is a busy public transport interchange, retail and health precinct regularly used by bus customers, pedestrians and cyclists, as well as general traffic. Upcoming construction works to install a new pedestrian bridge and construct a northbound left hand turn lane into Cross Street will improve safety and traffic flow through this area.

Where possible, this work will take place during standard construction hours from Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm and Saturday 8am to 1pm.

As part of this program, the Brookvale Pedestrian Bridge will be constructed to span across Pittwater Road from the side of the new Brookvale Community Health Centre (BCHC) to the bus stops on the western side of Pittwater Road out the front of Westfield Warringah Mall. The at-grade crossing on Pittwater Road near William Street will no longer be operational.

The construction of the Brookvale Pedestrian Bridge will include:

  • installation of two fail-safe gates and pedestrian fencing. This will improve safety by preventing pedestrians and cyclists crossing Pittwater Road once the bridge is in place
  • a new lift dedicated to the pedestrian bridge in the existing shaft of the BCHC
  • a new lift and stairwell on the western side of Pittwater Road
  • an additional shelter to improve existing coverage for the pedestrian walkway linking the pedestrian bridge to both local and B-Line bus stops, and access to Westfield Warringah Mall

Activities in Brookvale will also include construction of a dedicated left-hand turn lane into Cross Street northbound from Pittwater Road.

The April construction notification outlining work for Brookvale is available here.

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