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Community information sessions at Sydney Olympic Park for Sydney Metro West

28 Mar 2018

Mega railway project Sydney Metro West will be the focus of upcoming community information sessions run by Transport NSW at Sydney Olympic Park.

The information sessions to be held at the Novotel Sydney Olympic Park will provide opportunities for the community to drop in and find out more information. Sessions will run on Saturday 21 April 10am – 2pm, and also on Thursday 3 May 4pm – 8pm.

The sessions come after the recent announcement of the NSW Government about further stations to join Sydney Olympic Park as stops for the Sydney Metro West.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance announced that after extensive community and industry consultation, the NSW Government have identified further locations for Sydney Metro West.

“Sydney Metro West will become the fastest, easiest and most reliable journey between the Sydney and Parramatta CBDs, which could be as little as 20 minutes,” Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.

“We have been working hand-in-hand with the community on Sydney Metro West and we have taken on board feedback to make it an even greater infrastructure project for greater Western Sydney.”

 Sydney Metro West will now include:
• A new underground metro station at Westmead;
• A new underground metro station linked to an existing suburban station on the T1 Northern Line, either at Concord West or North Strathfield, allowing faster connections for customers from the Central Coast and Sydney’s north to Parramatta and Sydney CBD
• Options for new intermediate metro stations at Camellia/Rydalmere, North Burwood/Five Dock, Kings Bay, and Pyrmont - subject to further community and industry consultation.
• These are in addition to already announced stations at Parramatta, Sydney Olympic Park, The Bays Precinct, and Sydney CBD.

For more information: https://www.sydneymetro.info/west/project-overview