New Intercity Fleet - upgrading existing maintenance and stabling facilities

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Project overview

Modifications are needed to existing maintenance and stabling facilities at Eveleigh, Broadmeadow, Wollongong and Port Kembla to accommodate the New Intercity Fleet.

Status

Planning/Construction

Project overview

Construction is underway at the Eveleigh facility.

Modifications to the Broadmeadow, Wollongong and Port Kembla facilities are now complete. 

Transport for NSW will continue to provide regular updates to the local community during construction.

Eveleigh facility

Modifications are needed within the existing maintenance and stabling facilities at Eveleigh to accommodate the new trains. Changes include:

  • Track and siding extensions
  • Supporting infrastructure including extension of overhead wiring, signals, walkways, fencing and lighting to support the above
  • Testing and stabling the new fleet
  • Maintenance such as minor repairs and cleaning.

Project news

Planning documents

Gosford facility

Modifications are required to accommodate the new trains at the existing stabling facility at Gosford. Changes include:

  • Upgrading concrete walkways including new hand railings
  • Installing lighting
  • Extension to existing decanting facilities and relocation of train car markers.

Project news

Gosford Facility community notification June 2018 (PDF, 276.85 KB)

Wollongong facility

Modifications have been completed within the existing facility at Wollongong to accommodate the new trains. Changes included:

  • Installing new steel elevated walkway for rail staff
  • Extending the existing staff concrete walkways
  • Installing lighting and CCTV
  • Relocating track crossings, signal and power service and train car markers.

Port Kembla facility

Modifications have been completed within the existing facility at Port Kembla to accommodate the new trains. Changes included:

  • Extending the existing staff concrete walkways including new hand railings.
  • Installing lighting
  • Relocating under track crossings, signal and power service and train car markers.

Broadmeadow facility

Modifications have been completed within the existing facility at Broadmeadow to accommodate the new trains. Changes included:

  • Extending the existing staff concrete walkways
  • Extension to existing decanting facilities and relocation of train car markers.
A new fleet of long distance, intercity trains from Sydney to the Central Coast, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains and the South Coast.
Sydney’s Ferry Fleet received a boost with six new Inner Harbour ferries and added Inner Harbour routes.
The NSW government has ordered 24 new eight-car suburban trains which will begin rolling onto the tracks in late 2018.
Providing new trains and ferries for a more comfortable, reliable, efficient and accessible journey.