Those hoping to grab a cab this weekend will be able to do so from the main taxi rank on Lords Place once again, but they'll notice a few differences.
The Future City work in the Robertson Park area continues to progress, but the Lords Place taxi rank is one of the first areas completed.
One of the city's main ranks, it'll now be mobility friendly, with a raised platform level with the footpath designed to make the rank more accessible.
Given the rank is raised, bollards will be installed in the future but when the rank reopens at 3pm on June 4 temporary protection barriers will be in place.
"The footpath has been upgraded to a concrete footpath which looks darker to better suit the heritage nature of the park," Orange mayor Reg Kidd added.
While the work was being completed, the rank was moved to the northern end of McNamara Street and Cr Kidd thanked taxi drivers and customers for their patience as the upgrades took place.
"The rank had to be moved temporarily for the upgrade and the drivers nominated McNamara Street," Cr Kidd said.
The rank will be operation as normal from 3pm, June 4.
The rank will again, however, be moved but for just a 24 hour period when the road is resurfaced in the coming months.
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