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Motherwell Station is currently undergoing a £14.5m development to transform the station building and its facilities.
ScotRail, North Lanarkshire Council, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT), and Transport Scotland have all teamed up to revamp Motherwell station to create a more comfortable and efficient gateway to the Glasgow City Region.
£14.5m is being invested into the project to enable significant redevelopment work to take place on and around the station. The area at the front of the station building will see a complete overhaul to improve links between bus and train services, and to reduce congestion.
Once complete the project will deliver:
- An enhanced station forecourt and building with a glazed roof and a brighter, larger concourse.
- Improved ticket retailing facilities.
- A better retail environment with more choices for food and drink.
- Refurbished customer toilets and waiting facilities.
- Improvements to pedestrian and cycling access.
- Expansion of the bus facility on Muir Street.
- New facilities for taxis, car drop-offs and disabled parking.
- Expansion of nearby park and ride facilities at Farm Street.
The project is being delivered in phases and will take around 18 months to complete.
Scroll down to find out more about the work that is taking place during each phase of the redevelopment.
- Demolition of old railway building at the bottom of platform 1.
- Construction of new staff car park at the bottom of Platform 1.
- Closure of main stairwell to platform 2 and 3 to make way for a new, larger concourse.
- New stairwell to platform 2 and 3 created.
- Mezzanine level refurbished with new flooring, ceilings, and lighting.
- A new larger ScotRail lounge created between platform 2 and 3.
- New accommodation created between platform 2 and 3 for British Transport Police and ScotRail staff.
- Blue badge spaces on station forecourt reduce from three bays to two.
- A new, main stairwell to platform 2 and 3 opens.
- Work takes place to extend the forecourt outside of the main station building.
- Work begins on extending the main station building out to the forecourt.
- Construction of new glazed roof on the main station building.
- Landscaping work on the station forecourt.
- Travel shop relocates to portacabins on the station forecourt to allow the existing travel shop to be refurbished.
- Main concourse refurbished with new flooring and lighting.
- Additional self-service ticket machines installed.
- Work completes on new glazed roof.
- New, extended retail facilities created on the station concourse.
- Station forecourt closes to all vehicles.
- Landscaping of station forecourt completes.
- New ticket gate installed on station concourse.