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Rhyl station

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We improved Rhyl station as part of an ERDF funded programme.

Summary

Project status: completed
Start date: June 2014
End date: October 2015
Cost: £2.6m (£0.5m from Network Rail)
Contractors: Murphy, contracted through Network Rail

The refurbished ticket office and waiting area, showing the new ticket machines and customer information service

What we did

We are made improvements to the station, including:

  • reconfigured station facilities 
  • refurbished ticket office, including new waiting areas, customer information and accessible facilities 
  • refurbished toilets
  • new lighting, flooring, heating, power, ventilation, CCTV and customer information system 
  • improved platform surfaces
  • improved platform access by refurbishing the footbridge
  • improved entrance canopy and repaired the canopy columns
  • refurbished lift (funded by Network Rail).

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Why we are doing it

While we are funded through the UK government’s National Station Improvement Project to improve stations, this is at a low level. We wanted to bring forward the improvement of various stations and received ERDF funding to do this. ERDF funding has provided £16m towards the £22m project to improve Aberystwyth, Ystrad Mynach, Port Talbot, Pontypridd and Rhyl stations.

Current progress

Completed in October 2015.

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