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On Sunday, 22 January the $26 million Edgewater multi-storey car park opened, providing hundreds of new bays split over three levels. We thank you for your patience during the 12-month construction period and welcome you to make use of the station's great new facility.
About the project
The $26 million Edgewater Station multi‑storey car park will help ease the growing demand for parking along the Joondalup Line, particularly as Perth’s population continues to grow in this area. The car park’s opening will further add to the Public Transport Authority’s commitment to integrated, smart transport solutions, taking pressure off the roads by encouraging commuters to complete at least part of their journey using public transport.
The ground plus two level multi‑storey car park will increase Edgewater Station’s total parking capacity to more than 1450 bays.
Designed to maximise security, natural lighting and ventilation while providing shading and weather protection where possible, the car park includes a two lifts, an open staircase and façade screening to half of the building.
With 75 CCTV cameras, 445 lights and three duress buttons, the car park has all the security features that are standard at our stations.
Parking at Edgewater multi-storey car park
Being a SmartParker at Edgewater is easy with machines located on levels 1 and 2 near the lifts, and on the ground level near the station entrance.
While you don’t have to be a SmartParker to use the car park, signing up at the Transperth website is the easiest and quickest way to pay for parking. As you leave your car and head to the station, simply tag on at a SmartParker machine and continue on your journey.
For further information please see the FAQs below, or email email@example.com
Do I have to be a SmartParker to use the multi-storey car park?
Is it manned?
What security measures are in place?
Are there boom gates?
Will there be other multi-storey car parks?
Will this make it harder to get on at stations further down the Joondalup Line into the city?
Why is the top level not covered?
How will nearby roads manage the extra traffic?
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