Sydney Metro Northwest

Name of Project:
Sydney Metro Northwest


Country:
Australia

Client:
Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW)

Total value:
€220 million

Start of works:
January 2014

Expected duration:
37 months

The Sydney Metro Northwest is Australia’s largest public transport project.

The Sydney Metro Northwest project involves the construction of the new metro line north-west of Sydney, which will connect Chatswood station with Cudgegong Road.

The works to be carried out, included in the stretch between Bella Vista station and Cudgegong Road, consist of design and construction of the “Skytrain” bridge and other civil works that represent one of the main sections of the NWRL.

The NWRL project involves the construction of eight new stations and 4,000 car parking spaces. This will be the first totally automated high-speed train system on the continent.

The work represents the biggest public transport infrastructure under way in Australia and the biggest in Sydney since the construction of the Harbour Bridge almost 100 years ago.

MAIN TECHNICAL DATA:

1 viaduct of 4.6 Km between Balmoral Road and Windsor Road

1 cable-stayed bridge of 270 m

2 platforms for Rouse Hill and Kellyville stations

3 road bridges

Last update: 24/10/2017

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