There will be six stations in total on the 23 kilometre driverless railway line. It is set to service, St Marys, Orchard Hills, Luddenham, the Western Sydney Aerotropolis and two stations at the Western Sydney International Airport.
Registrations of interest have also been called to deliver 10 kilometres of twin metro railway tunnels for te project.
Construction is expected to start later this year and will support 14,000 jobs over the course of the project including 250 apprentices .
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Minister for Transport Andrew Constance and Minister for Western Sydney Stuart Ayres visited the new site of the future Western Sydney Aerotropolis Station on Sunday.
New South Wales Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Stuart Ayres said the project will be a game changer for the region.
“This will provide the backbone for the economic and broader development of the Western Parkland City,” Ayres said.
NSW Minister for Transport and Roads Andrew Constance said construction starts later this year on a project that will become the transport spine for the Western Parkland City.
“The new railway will link residential areas with jobs hubs, and connect travellers from the new airport with the rest of Sydney’s public transport network.”
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