New CBD metro station named Gadigal Railway Station
The NSW Government has announced Gadigal Railway Station as the official name for the future metro station deep below Pitt, Park and Bathurst streets at the southern end of the Sydney CBD, formerly known as Pitt Street Station.
The station name acknowledges the Gadigal people, the original custodians of the land around Sydney’s CBD.
Transport for NSW engaged with key Aboriginal stakeholders and communities, including the Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council, and received overwhelming support for Gadigal as the new station name.
Wayfinding such as maps and signage at all stations and on every metro train will include station names across the alignment to assist passengers in navigating their trip.
New metro stations at Crows Nest, Victoria Cross in North Sydney, Barangaroo, Martin Place, Gadigal at the southern end of the Sydney CBD, Waterloo, as well as new metro platforms at Central and Sydenham will open in 2024.
When services start through the city section of the Sydney Metro City & Southwest, commuters will have access to fast and reliable metro trains from Gadigal to Crows Nest in 9 minutes, to Chatswood in 13 minutes and to Sydenham in 9 minutes.
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