Project Sixways - What the new Park and Ride terminal will look at Sixways
The latest phase of Project Sixways and the development of Sixways Stadium is now underway as the diggers roll into the home of the Worcester Warriors - and we have this exclusive look at what the new building will look like.
The new Park and Ride terminal building is now being built on a section of the main car park that has been cordoned off.
The new development, being undertaken by Worcestershire County Council, is set to come into operation in October for commuters and visitors to the city.
"The creation of the terminal building has now started for the Park and Ride which will operate out of the Sixways car park from Monday to Friday and on non-matchday Saturdays," said Charlie Little, General Manager at Warriors.
"The Park and Ride will bring more people into the Sixways site which is beneficial to us as it increases the awareness of what we are doing here. We now look forward to watching the latest part of the development of Sixways take place over the coming months."
We will be keeping supporters up to date during the development with all the latest images at www.warriors.co.uk
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