This new railway system will run from Sydney's North West under Sydney Harbour, through new underground stations in the CBD and beyond to the South West...
Sydney Metro North West opens in the first half of 2019 with metro trains running every four minutes in the peak. Services on Sydney Metro City and South West are expected to start in 2024.
WestConnex is the largest transport infrastructure project in Australia and a critical part of the NSW Government’s integrated transport solution...
Providing public transport and road infrastructure to keep Sydney moving. It is made up of six projects that will increase the capacity of the M4 and M5 corridors and provide a vital underground link between the two motorways.
CBD and South East Light Rail
A 12km light rail network extending from Circular Quay through Sydney CBD...
To Surry Hills and Moore Park, then to Randwick and Kingsford via Anzac Parade and Alison Road. Major construction is underway and high frequency, turn-up-and-go services will start running in 2019.
Parramatta Light Rail
Stage 1 of the Parramatta Light Rail preferred route will span 12 kilometres across Westmead, Parramatta and up to Carlingford via Camellia...
Light rail in Greater Parramatta will make it easier for locals and visitors to access homes, jobs, hospitals, universities, entertainment hubs, sports facilities and places to enjoy. Indicative route only.
Major roads across Sydney are being upgraded to improve traffic flow, reduce congestion, make our roads safer and meet the needs of the city’s growing population...
This 9km tunnel linking the M1 Pacific Motorway at Wahroonga to the Hills M2 Motorway at West Pennant Hills will be the longest road tunnel project in Australia...
Once complete, motorists and freight transport will bypass all traffic lights from Newcastle (M1) to Melbourne. NorthConnex is expected to open to traffic in 2019.
Northern Beaches B-Line
This new double-decker bus service will provide more frequent and reliable services for commuters travelling between the Northern Beaches and the Sydney CBD...
It will feature nine modern bus stops, and include six new commuter carparks, encouraging customers to park and ride. Services will begin operating in late 2017.
Barangaroo Ferry Hub
The new ferry hub will service thousands of residents, workers and visitors travelling to and from Sydney’s newest commercial district, Barangaroo...
When Barangaroo Ferry Hub opens in 2017, it will provide increased capacity for ferry services to meet future demand, and reduce demand on busy Circular Quay wharves.
Train station upgrades
CBD train stations Wynyard and Town Hall are being upgraded...
Improvements include: new lighting, tiling and signage; escalator upgrades; reduced clutter on the concourse and platforms; and additional ticket gates. Work at both stations will be completed in 2017.
During construction of major transport projects in Sydney, scheduled work will mean changes to the road network.
Travel Choices is a free resource to help individuals and organisations prepare for and adapt to the changes to Sydney’s transport and road network.