Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Line-wide Works

THE PROJECT

Line-wide Work includes all the permanent systems, services and building works required for the complete operations of Sydney Metro. Systems Connect will deliver metro rail track, power, communications, signalling systems and infrastructure to ensure the Metro can run smoothly. The package includes:

  • 31 kilometres of underground railway track, to be laid in twin tunnels from Chatswood to Sydenham
  • 31 kilometres of overhead power equipment and 11 new substations to power the Metro from Chatswood to Bankstown
  • Expanding the Sydney Metro Trains Facility at Rouse Hill to accommodate 37 new eight car Sydney Metro trains
  • Constructing the Sydney Metro Trains Facility South at Marrickville to provide stabling for 16 six car Sydney metro trains
  • Installing tunnel equipment such as ventilation, draining and emergency evacuation and monitoring equipment
  • Fitting out the tunnel ventilation and high voltage equipment in the seven new underground metro stations
  • Fitting out the tunnels and underground stations with rail track, overhead wiring, high voltage power systems, tunnel ventilation, and fire suppression systems and tunnel safety services
  • Delivering bulk power feeds to meet the Sydney Metro City & Southwest high voltage reticulation and traction power requirements
  • Delivering new train stabling and maintenance facilities at Sydenham
  • The open northern dive works to tie Sydney Metro City & Southwest into the Sydney Metro Northwest at Chatswood
  • Providing high voltage reticulation and traction power systems for the Southwest corridor from Sydenham to Bankstown.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

Sydney Metro City & Southwest

Sydney Metro is a new stand alone railway network that will revolutionise the way Sydney travels.

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