Southwest Metro completes its largest rail possession
Delivery teams are making strides to the upgrade of the T3 Bankstown line, completing their largest rail possession to date.
Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport reaching new heights
Construction on the 3.5-kilometres of elevated viaduct for the 23-kilometre Western Sydney Airport metro line is taking shape with nearly one kilometre of viaduct now constructed.
New tunnelling academy opens in Western Sydney
Class is in session at Sydney Metro’s new Tunnelling and Infrastructure Academy, training the next generation of tunnelling workers while delivering Australia’s biggest infrastructure project.
Sydney Metro West tunnelling in full swing at The Bays
The Sydney Metro West site at The Bays is a hive of activity as work ramps up to construct the new 24-kilometre metro railway line that will transform travel between Greater Parramatta and the Sydney CBD.
Metro train testing below the city shifts into double-time
Testing is ramping up in the 15.5-kilometre twin metro tunnels between Chatswood and Sydenham, with eight trains successfully travelling on the new track at the same time, double the previous maximum of four trains testing simultaneously.
Sydney Metro West tunnelling supercentre delivers major boost for local western Sydney communities
Thousands of precast segments are being manufactured in western Sydney to line the 24-kilometre Sydney Metro West tunnels, creating more than 570 jobs and serving as a catalyst for local development.
First look at Crows Nest Metro Station
Construction of the new metro station at Crows Nest is reaching the home stretch, with locals one step closer to receiving their brand-new transport link.
Sydney Metro West tunnel boring machines make history with record-breaking breakthrough
Two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) have broken through a rock wall to arrive at Five Dock Metro Station and claim the title as the first TBMs in the southern hemisphere to complete a double breakthrough.
Sydney Metro West takes off
Sydney Metro West is one step closer, after delivery partners were shortlisted this week for major contract packages.
Sydney Metro West’s autonomous tunnel boring machines (TBMs) powering ahead
TBM Betty and TBM Dorothy are progressing well on their journey to carve out a section of the twin Sydney Metro West tunnels between Sydney Olympic Park and Westmead, having built 865 metres and 300 metres, respectively, of fully lined tunnels since launching from the Clyde launch box.