Victoria Cross Update


More than 67,000 tonnes of crushed rock have been excavated and removed at the site of the new Victoria Cross Station in North Sydney.

Two roadheader tunnelling machines are digging their way deep below North Sydney to excavate the station cavern, where metro rail services will start in 2024 with a train every four minutes in the peak.

Pedestrian tunnels and escalator shafts have already been completed by the roadheaders at the southern end of site. 

The work is taking place inside specially constructed acoustic sheds, which helps to reduce construction impacts while the new station is built.

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