Clyde Stabling and Maintenance Facility
Supporting services and Infrastructure
A stabling and maintenance facility will be located in the Clyde and Rosehill industrial estate bounded by James Ruse Drive, Western Motorway (the M4), Unwin Street and Shirley Street.
Inside the facility, a traction substation will provide power to the metro line and a water treatment plant will treat and recycle all wastewater from the tunnels, stations and underground facilities. The facility will also house offices, parking and storage.
Following a design refinement process, Sydney Metro proposed to modify the approval for Clyde stabling and maintenance facility. The proposal involved relocating the tunnel dive structure to the north-east avoiding the need to relocate a major Sydney Water sewer main that services the local area.
The modification also proposed to realign Kay and Unwin streets through the site providing safe and reliable pedestrian and cyclist access. The footbridge and platforms within the decommissioned Rosehill Station would also be removed to facilitate the work.
The modification report was on public exhibition until 8 December 2021 and is now with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment for assessment.