Artist's impression of Martin Place Station
Martin Place Station
Main station features
The station is integrated with the existing Martin Place Station and serves Sydney’s high-end commercial and financial district, the Macquarie Street precinct and the Pitt Street retail zone.
The new Martin Place Station will have two station entrances: a northern entrance opening to Castlereagh, Hunter and Elizabeth streets, and a southern entrance opening to Martin Place, Castlereagh and Elizabeth streets. Pedestrian connections will also link the new metro station with the existing T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line, and nearby bus services. A covered walkway will be provided from Martin Place to Hunter Street.
Public domain improvements, new shops, services, retail and dining will transform the station into a destination for Sydney siders and visitors.
The station includes:
- new bike parking on Castlereagh Street
- existing bus stops retained on Elizabeth and Castlereagh streets
- existing taxi ranks close to the station retained
- wayfinding signage and Sydney Metro information.
The station is located to the south of Hunter Street between Castlereagh Street and Elizabeth streets in Sydney’s CBD.
Access and entry
This is via a:
- northern entrance opening to Castlereagh, Hunter and Elizabeth streets
- southern entrance opening to Martin Place, Castlereagh Street and Elizabeth Street.
Underground pedestrian connections to the MLC Centre are being investigated in consultation with City of Sydney and local businesses.
Indicative travel time (from 2024)
- 2 minutes to Barangaroo Station
- 4 minutes to Central Station
- 11 minutes to Chatswood Station.
Construction at Martin Place is split across three sites: Bligh Street tunnelling support site, and Martin Place North and South sites.
Construction includes building an underground platform-to-platform connection between the existing Martin Place Station and the Sydney Metro Martin Place Station. This is mainly to be built by excavating new pedestrian tunnels from the Sydney Metro construction site.
Pitt Street Station