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For the first time, take a look inside the Cherrybrook station tunnelling construction site.Watch as the site is prepared for two tunnel boring machines.
$340 million contract awarded to build 4 km skytrain, including a new bridge over Windsor Road at Rouse Hill.
See where Australia’s longest railway tunnels start and take a sneak peek at what’s happening deep inside the Bella Vista construction site.
Work has officially started on the North West Rail Link's
4 km skytrain, as well as the new Kellyville railway station.
This is Elizabeth, the first of four tunnel boring machines which will deliver Australia’s longest railway tunnels as part of a $1.15 billion tunnelling contract.
Which is bigger - a tunnel boring machine or the world's biggest passenger jet?See how Australia's longest rail tunnels will be built.
Eight new stations, 4,000 commuter car spaces and a train at least every four minutes.
Take an interactive journey on the first stage of Sydney's new rapid transit network. Navigate yourself around a new station and watch a demolition.
Get construction updates and learn more about how Australia's largest public tranpsort infrastructure project will be built.
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$300 million under budget as major milestone reached
North West Rail Link powers ahead with four TBMs now digging
Three major awards wins for the North West Rail Link
Our distinctive green fences are popping up right around Sydney’s North West.
Take a peek behind the green fence at Australia’s largest public transport project.
A watering hole for bushrangers? Or a safe haven from them?
The mysterious White Hart Inn at Kellyville has been uncovered for the first time in more than a century during work on the North West Rail Link.
FastTracking the Future - the North West Rail Link's education program for Primary and Secondary School teachers - offers insight into a current and innovative infrastructure project through the use of classroom-ready resources.
Visit our community information stand at Hawkesbury Harvest Castle Hill Showground, 14 February 2015.
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