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Walkley (2022)

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Walkley Station will be a new station located south of Walkley Road adjacent to commercial property to the east. The station will front onto Walkley Road east of the South East Transitway Station and will consist of stairs and elevators from the entrance to the platform within the fare paid zone. It will include a combination of signage, architectural elements, and landscape features directly adjacent to Walkley Road to clearly announce the station location from Walkley Road.

Mooney's Bay
Greenboro
 

Comments 3

- Rail613 on Tuesday, 21 January 2020 00:53

Is it correct that it will be a single track station like Mooney’s Bay? Double track in the distant future?
And the south end will have a path to the Starbucks/Swiss Chalet on Bank St? With secondary fare gates?

Is it correct that it will be a single track station like Mooney’s Bay? Double track in the distant future? And the south end will have a path to the Starbucks/Swiss Chalet on Bank St? With secondary fare gates?
Shane Seguin on Tuesday, 21 January 2020 15:00

While the final designs aren't completed, the current plan is for it to be a single track / single platform station. The sketch currently available does not reflect this. Not sure on the other points of your question. I'll have to look into it.

While the final designs aren't completed, the current plan is for it to be a single track / single platform station. The sketch currently available does not reflect this. Not sure on the other points of your question. I'll have to look into it.
- TransitDaddy on Tuesday, 04 February 2020 22:40

Very nice station design. A bit minimalist; hopefully there'll be somewhere warm during a 12 minute wait. As a City, regardless of how this line is to be expanded--public or P3--we really needed to have borrowed more and twinned and/or electrified as much as possible. Like the whole thing, bar the tunnel which would work fine as single track for its short overall length with good train control. A missed opportunity to bring real city rail to the areas north of Walkley and the burgeoning south end. Building transit is exponentially more expensive than even 30 years ago but still worth the investment as a City

Very nice station design. A bit minimalist; hopefully there'll be somewhere warm during a 12 minute wait. As a City, regardless of how this line is to be expanded--public or P3--we really needed to have borrowed more and twinned and/or electrified as much as possible. Like the whole thing, bar the tunnel which would work fine as single track for its short overall length with good train control. A missed opportunity to bring real city rail to the areas north of Walkley and the burgeoning south end. Building transit is exponentially more expensive than even 30 years ago but still worth the investment as a City
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