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A growing Sydney

Building Transport to match

From new light rail and a new metro railway, to better road connections and train station upgrades, we’re improving transport infrastructure across Sydney.


Decommissioning works have started on the T6 Carlingford Line
Work begins on closed T6 Carlingford Line
On Sunday 5 January, Parramatta Light Rail and Sydney Trains commenced decommissioning works on the T6 Carlingford Line as part of its conversion to light rail. The T6 Carlingford Line ran its last…..
Sydney’s summer building boom
Sydney’s summer building boom: transport upgrades forge ahead over holiday break
Sydneysiders are encouraged to plan their trips ahead of time over the summer holidays as Transport for NSW takes advantage of the quieter holiday period to upgrade the network...
George Street, Parramatta
Pedestrians urged to look both ways as Parramatta’s George Street becomes two-way
Pedestrians in Parramatta are urged to be aware and look both ways before crossing when George Street becomes a two-way road next month...
Thousands hop on board new light rail
Thousands of customers took up the offer of a fare free weekend on the new L2 Randwick Line, marking the historic opening of Sydney’s newest public transport network...
Tram passing alongside traffic in the CBD
New speed limits to improve safety ahead of CBD and South East Light Rail opening
New speed limits will be introduced to improve safety for all road users around the CBD and South East Light Rail route...
Scheduled Roadworks
During construction of major transport projects in Sydney, scheduled work will mean changes to the road network.

Sydney Metro
Services on the Metro North West Line started on Sunday 26 May 2019, delivering a turn up and go rail service from Rouse Hill to Chatswood.