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Elizabeth, the first of our four tunnel boring machines, has broken through into Norwest Station.
$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 transport infrastructure project will be built.
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Another major tunneling milestone reached - North West Rail Link powers ahead
North West Rail Link information centre to relocate
Commuter car park changes: Kellyville and Rouse Hill
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 mobile community information stand at Hawkesbury Harvest Markets on 9 May 2015.