Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project.
By 2030, Sydney will have a network of four metro lines, 46 stations and 113km of new metro rail.
Sydney Metro is revolutionising how Australia’s biggest city travels, connecting Sydney’s north west, west, south west and greater west to fast, reliable turn-up-and-go metro services with fully accessible stations.
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.
When Sydney Metro is extended into the central business district (CBD) and beyond in 2024, metro rail will run from Sydney’s booming North West region under Sydney Harbour, through new underground stations in the CBD and beyond to the south west.
There will be ultimate capacity for a metro train every two minutes in each direction under the city, a level of service never before seen in Sydney. Sydney’s new metro railway will have a target capacity of about 40,000 customers per hour, similar to other metro systems worldwide.
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