PARK STATION


New Developments

Park Station has over the last three decades undergone various major redevelopments. PRASA has committed R650million over the next three years to upgrade Park Station’s infrastructure and expand its retail offering. This is part of a significant drive by PRASA to modernise its stations country-wide in preparation for its fleet of new rolling stock to be launched in 2015. All these projects aim at offering convenience and improving customer and commuter experience.

PRASA Cres is constantly improving on service delivery infrastructure to ensure world-class standards of station convenience. Since the station’s re-opening in October 1997, the station has transformed into a fully integrated public transport facility catering to the needs of every individual.

It’s more than a station; it’s a place where peopl¬¬e Meet, Eat, Shop, Bank and Work.

The Food Court

The newly established food Court is situated on the northern side of the station adjacent to the Gautrain platform and within walking distance of the taxi services and Rae Vaya bus stop. The food court has everything a hungry traveler would need, from sit down dinners, quick-bite lunches and early bird breakfasts.

LOCATION

Northern side of the station – adjacent Gautrain

TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT

Retail expansion

SIZE

920 square metres

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES CREATED

 

Construction Phase 301 jobs created


Trading Phase 118 jobs created

FOOD OUTLETS

Burger King, Wandies, Fish and Chips, Anat, Chisa Nyama, Debonairs, Uniwors, King Pie and Snack Shop

 

Banking Mall

Simplify your banking at Park Station with its new Banking Mall, situated on the eastern side of the Mezzanine, inside the station complex. The Banking Mall comprises of leading South African banking services, forex traders and micro lenders.

 

 

LOCATION

Eastern side of the Mezzanine inside Park Station

TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT

Banking Services expansion

SIZE

1044 square metres

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES CREATED

 

Construction Phase 66 jobs created

Trade Phase 17 jobs created

ADDITIONAL BANKS

Standard Bank, Bidvest Bank, Old Mutual Bank, American Express, Imali Express & Atlas Finance

 

Platform 19 

will be used as a central Cross border bus terminal Project intended to consolidate and expand bus loading and passenger transit facilities on one location and transform Park Station as a complete intermodal international modern facility.

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LOCATION

Eastern Concourse

TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT

Cross boarder bus terminal

SIZE

1044 square metres

4 043 m² of net building area schedule for bus loading facility.

6 146 m2 of future retail developments in the tunnel area- cleared and built up as a shell

6 929 m2 of Paved walkways/ Traffic Islands

12 284 m2 of roadway

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES CREATED

 

During construction     160

Permanent at Bus port operation   30

 

 

 

Watch this space as PRASA bring new developments to enhance your experience at Park Station.