Sydney metro northwest map
Map of metro northwest sydney. Sydney metro northwest map (Australia) to print. Sydney metro northwest map (Australia) to download. Sydney Metro Northwest, formerly the North West Rail Link, is the first stage of Sydney Metro and will be the first fully-automated metro rail system in Australia as you can see in sydney metro northwest map. Three major contracts were awarded in 2013 and 2014 to deliver and operate Sydney Metro NorthwestIn 2024, Sydney Metro will be extended from the North West, under Sydney Harbour, through new CBD stations and beyond to Sydenham and Bankstown. Sydney will have 31 metro railway stations and a new 66km long standalone metro railway.
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Sydney Metro North West Line has been in service for one year. Australia first fully-accessible railway has carried almost 20 million customers on more than 105,000 services, with a customer satisfaction rating of 96 per cent. The fleet of 22 driverless trains has travelled more than 3.8 million kilometres, or 93 times around the equator. More than 11 million customer journeys have been made on the Metro North West Line, with Sydney new driverless trains travelling over 1.7 million kilometres – or 42 times around the equator (see sydney metro northwest map). In its first five months of operations, the new metro has ramped up to meet key milestones and is now carrying more than 75,000 people each weekday.
Sydney Metro opens on Sunday 26 May as its mentioned in sydney metro northwest map. There are 13 railway stations between Tallawong and Chatswood and 4,000 new commuter car parking spaces. Thousands of new commuter car parking spaces have been completed along the Sydney Metro Northwest line. The 4000 new spaces will open when services start in the middle of this year. This is the first time 4000 new commuter spaces have been opened at once in Sydney and it is 1000 more than originally proposed for the new line. Australia first driverless metro train has completed its first journey along the entire length of Sydney new $8.3 billion Metro Northwest railway line. The train arrived at Chatswood Station Metro platforms on January 14, having travelled 36km from the new Tallawong Station in Sydney northwest as part of the intensive testing process.