The project will be delivered by Cornwall Council. The project comprises:
- New A30 signal controlled junction – additional lanes, new uncontrolled pedestrian crossings and a shared use cycle/pedestrian facility
- Improved North Car Park – increasing spaces to 100 (from 72), landscaping, real time passenger information, bus stops, taxi rank, drop off point and cycle storage facilities
- New South Car Park – 440 spaces in a landscaped park, cycle storage facilities, safe pedestrian links (alternative access to the Station from Treloweth Lane) and the creation of new habitats
- New retaining walls to support the carriageway
- A ‘Walk-Around’ facility to connect platforms and car parks from the south
- Signage from the station for onward cycling trips to Marazion & Penzance.
- Significantly enhanced parking capacity at St. Erth station
- Improved access between the A30 trunk road, rail main line, branch line and strategic bus services
- Improved operation of rail services and reduced congestion on the road network
- Improved public transport accessibility and attractiveness
- Encouraging a modal shift to sustainable forms of transport
- Improved connectivity both within and beyond Cornwall, supporting existing services and the proposed increased main line services.
The project will support further improvements and investment from the Council and rail operator, including:
- Increased frequency on main line (already secured – rail operator)
- Increased platform capacity for St Ives park and ride terminating at St Erth Station (rail operator)
- Increased capacity of trains between St Erth and St. Ives (rail operator)
- Overflow car park (CC – Planning permission in place subject to proven demand for facility)
The project will take place wholly within the Cornwall and IoS LEP area.
For further information visit the St Erth Multi Modal Hub website.
Investment & Outcomes
- ERDF – £5,400,000
- Cornwall Council – £4,695,000