I honestly thing that Jacana station needs an upgrade. On the Western side, there is a large amount of space underneath the power pylons that could easily be converted to a car park. In fact, people have begun to park on the relatively quiet street on the Western side which has caused lots of congestion. As for the station itself, it is quite an eyesore. Not only is the overpass an unnecessary combination of ramps, but there is an unlit tunnel which one does not really want in the Broadmeadows area! I would suggest building the car park with a stop for the local bus, plus rebuilding the overpass making it more favourable for both passengers and the many bikes that pass over. Ideally, I would have Pascoe Vale road lowered to a level still compatible with the Western Ring Road ramp, goods line bridge over Pascoe Vale road, main line rail bridge to accommodate new ramps to access other points of the Western Ring Road from Pascoe Vale road, then finally the main line rail bridge being lowered to where the current broad gauge goods tracks are, with the goods line bridge continuing over the top of the main line to Broadmeadows. Jacana station could this way be better integrated with Pascoe Vale road. If this was marketed as a road project, you could probably get funding from it (considering the current attitudes).