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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. An underground 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:

Station Design and Precinct Plan

Station Design and Precinct Plan (SDPP) has been prepared for Martin Place Station that shows how the new station design has developed and how it will integrate with the surrounding precinct.

Location

The station is located to the south of Hunter Street between Castlereagh 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 and Elizabeth streets.

Indicative travel time (from 2024)

  • 2 minutes to Barangaroo Station
  • 4 minutes to Central Station
  • 11 minutes to Chatswood Station.

Station construction

Construction at Martin Place is split across three sites: Martin Place North, Martin Place South, and Bligh Street sites.

Construction includes building an underground platform-to-platform connection between the existing Martin Place Station and the Sydney Metro Martin Place Station. Construction is now underway to build the station and the over station developments.

Work at the station includes:

  • building the station and over station development structures including formwork installation, reinforcement and concrete work
  • façade installation for the station and over station developments
  • internal fit-out of the station and over station developments
  • public domain works including landscaping and footpaths.

Barangaroo Station

Pitt Street Station

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