Bold plan to improve station thoroughfare

A Castlemaine architect has put forward a public proposal he hopes will lead to improved pedestrian and traffic flow around the entrance to Castlemaine’s railway station.
At very least architect Andrew McLeod hopes to generate conversation around ways the station’s front entrance and parking areas can be made more user friendly.
“The existing situation with the junction of Kennedy and Templeton streets is a chaotic blend of buses, taxis, pedestrians and cars,” the local architect says.
His proposal would offset the entry and exits to carparks away from pedestrians and intersections while adding 35 extra car parking spaces. Full story in today’s Mail…

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