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York Railway Station

Feasibility Design

Case Study

York Railway Station Development

Objectives

To re-design the existing station car park to allow for the creation of a new multi storey car park and a residential development, served by a new access junction onto Queen Street. The design also included public realm improvements, access to a new bus stop and additional footway/cycle access.

Our Role

TPI's role was to provide various feasibility options to assist the client in deciding how the site could be redeveloped. From a highways perspective, the key aims were to ensure sufficient station parking supply remained post-development, whilst also maximising developable land. The design also sought to ensure that pedestrians and cyclists were adequately catered for. The design work was produced to Department for Transport design standards in accordance with Design Manual for Roads and Bridges. Vehicle swept path analysis assisted the design process.

York Railway Station Car Park Feasibility Design

Feasibility Option

York Railway Station Car Park Feasibility Design

New Junction Access Design

The Outcome

TPI produced preliminary designs based on a topographical survey of the site, which allowed multiple feasibility options to be produced. The client took on-board the layout options when commencing to the next stage of design.

Location

York Railway Station Car Park (South), accessed from Queen Street

Client

Frankham Projects on behalf of Network Rail


Data Sheet

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