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Martin Place Station reaching new heights

01.06.2022

Construction worker viewing atrium at Martin Place Station Construction worker viewing atrium at Martin Place Station
Construction worker heading south through the underground caverns Construction worker heading south through the underground caverns
Construction worker walking through the underground caverns Construction worker walking through the underground caverns

Work is progressing at the new Martin Place Station as part of Sydney Metro, Australia’s biggest public transport project.

A walk through the metro station deep beneath Sydney’s CBD provides a glimpse at what the future holds when metro services start in 2024.

The work completed at the station includes:

  • Tunnelling underneath 50 Martin Place was completed at the end of 2021, bringing the excavation portion of the project to a close.
  • The station platforms in the underground caverns have been constructed.
  • Concreting of station areas in the north have been completed.
  • Escalators to connect customers from the two metro platforms to the existing Sydney Trains network have been installed.

The next stage of the project will see the two buildings over the station continue to rise above street level, while a further eight escalators will be installed in the atrium in the coming months.

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