The York Station Gateway master plan is based on 8 key features which work together to improve the use of space in front of York Station - it's proposals create a place for people which is also an effective interchange for all types of transport.
York Station Frontage Illustrative Master plan
The master plan makes arriving and using the station simpler for pedestrians, cyclists, buses, taxis and drop-offs and people using long and short stay parking; it prioritises pedestrian and cyclist routes and creates new public spaces.
The master plan proposes that:
- buses and taxis use a transport interchange close to the station entrance
- short and long stay parking is accessed from a one-way loop road
- longer term car parking could be combined into a multi-storey car park
- in the longer term, vacant plots could be developed
Development opportunities described in York Station Gateway master plan also include:
- Station Square and new pedestrian crossing
- refurbished 'Porte-Cochere' (the current taxi rank and drop-off area)
- a new pedestrianised public space at Tea Room Square
- new public space below City Wall arches
- segregated cycle routes
- short stay car parking (and public pick-up)
- station refuse collection areas