Report predicts substantial car park expansion needed at north-east train station [Evening Express]





Date: 09/02/2019

A railway station in a north-east town could require a major car park expansion in the future, according to a new study. Transport partnership Nestrans approved the appointment of a consultant to examine potential future parking and access demands at Portlethen, Stonehaven and Laurencekirk railway stations. The findings of the study show that Stonehaven station is expected to require up to 294 additional spaces by 2032.


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Report predicts 'substantial car park expansion' needed at north-east train station - Evening Express

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A railway station in a north-east town could require a major car park expansion in the future, according to a new study.

Stonehaven - RAILSCOT

Stonehaven

This is a two platform station. When built, this station was quite far outside Stonehaven but the town has expanded to include it. The station is on high ground above the harbour. Most passenger

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The approach to Stonehaven station from Arduthie Road on 7 June 2017. Opposite the 1849 station building the former goods shed still stands - now operating as Station Motors.
Location: Stonehaven
Company: Aberdeen Railway
07/06/2017 Andy Furnevel