The making of the metro

The making of the metro

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//September 16, 2020

Sydney Metro is the largest public transport infrastructure project in Australia. It includes four separate train lines, tunnels under Sydney Harbour and, by 2024, 31 stations.

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New station sites confirmed for Western Sydney Airport metro line

New station sites confirmed for Western Sydney Airport metro line

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 14, 2020

The Sydney Metro - Western Sydney Airport project teams have confirmed the exact locations for stations on the line. 

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Three major consortia shortlisted for two Sydney Metro West contracts

Three major consortia shortlisted for two Sydney Metro West contracts

Posted in Contracts and tenders, Industry News, Latest News//August 31, 2020

Sydney Metro West is set to be constructed from Greater Parramatta to the Sydney CBD, creating 10000 direct and 70000 indirect jobs. 

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Tunnel Boring Machines from Sydney Metro arrive to build the Cross River Rail

Tunnel Boring Machines from Sydney Metro arrive to build the Cross River Rail

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 05, 2020

Two Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) have arrived in Queensland, to be assembled and deployed to dig out the Cross River Rail tunnels.

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Contractor progresses Sydney Metro works at Martin Place Station

Contractor progresses Sydney Metro works at Martin Place Station

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 24, 2020

Major excavation is almost complete at Martin Place as part of construction for the new Sydney Metro underground metro station and integrated station development above. 

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Construction to start this year on Western Sydney Airport rail line

Construction to start this year on Western Sydney Airport rail line

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//June 02, 2020

The Federal and NSW Governments have committed a further $3.5 billion to the Western Sydney Airport rail line under a new agreement. 

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