-- Spotless toilets cleared of graffiti, wet paper towels, excrements, insects and foul odours. Use of Porcelain toilet bowls and sinks instead of stainless, uncorrosive steel and high-powered sensor hand-dryers.
e.g. Flinders Street Station
-- Shelters that cover the entire length of the platform
-- Gap reducers on platform edges for the disabled, elderly and pregnant. e.g. Heyington
-- Public Information Displays for the next 3 trains
-- Multiple exits and entrances for close access to carparks, transport interchanges and local shops.
-- Expanded or multiple subways with bright lighting and clear signage
-- Faster VIX Myki readers
-- Cafes and local shops in and around stations
-- Escalators and elevators at all premium, elevated or underground stations to accompany the ramps
-- Easy access to bus and tram interchanges like platform stops and shelters that minimise rain and wind exposure
-- Extra security i.e. PSOs
Of course, money and political will are the only obstacles to upgrade every single station that desperately deserve one.