The NSW Government today awarded a $1.376 billion contract to help deliver the new world-class Sydney Metro.
The second of five mega tunnel boring machines (TBM) has started tunnelling under Sydney.
A 180-year-old timber boat has been uncovered during excavation works for a new Sydney Metro station at Barangaroo.
“Today marks the start of the huge task of digging twin tunnels under the city, delivering Sydney’s new world-class metro railway"
Jon Lamonte has today been announced as the Chief Executive of the Sydney Metro entity
Martin Place is Sydney’s first integrated metro station development.
The NSW Government today announced Australia’s biggest ever purchase of lifts and escalators
Research report on leadership and safety performance on Sydney Metro Nortwest
Train service changes and improvements from 30 September to support customers while the railway between Epping and Chatswood is upgraded.
Sydney’s new metro railway is a step closer after meeting two major milestones deep underground.
The first of five mega tunnel boring machines has arrived to extend Sydney’s new metro railway deep under the city centre.
Sydney’s new metro train has passed a historic test crossing the new landmark railway bridge over Windsor Road at Rouse Hill.
The NSW Government is pushing ahead with the Western Metro, reserving an initial $3 billion for the game changing project.
Legislation has passed the NSW Parliament to create the Sydney Metro statutory authority.
More than 110 bus services an hour between Epping and Chatswood in busy periods from 30 September for final stage of Metro construction
New Sydney Metro underground platforms at Central Station and Central Walk will be built, after a $955 million contract was announced.
Sydney’s first metro train is on the track and undergoing testing ahead of Sydney Metro services starting next year.
New metro stations in the CBD and North Sydney are set to be the city’s newest landmarks.
Sydney’s first metro train has arrived and is getting ready to hit the tracks and revolutionise public transport in Australia.
South West Sydney rail customers will be able to start using upgraded stations from 2020, four years ahead of schedule.