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Four tunnel boring machines are digging Australia’s longest railway tunnels.
Go deep underground for a look at our new twin 15km tunnels.
A train every four minutes in the peak - or 15 trains an hour
$340 million contract awarded to build 4 km skytrain, including a new bridge over Windsor Road at Rouse Hill.
Take a look at how we are building the new state-of-the-art Showground metro 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.
Sydney Metro Northwest is the first stage of Sydney Metro - Australia's biggest public transport project
Services start in the first half of 2019
Take an interactive journey on the first stage of Sydney's new metro 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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Grand entrance at Castle Hill for TBM2 Florence
Isabelle completes her journey
Video Help Points for metro stations
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.
Sydney Metro is Australia’s largest public transport infrastructure project and will be the first fully-automated metro rail system in Australia.
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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 Sydney Metro Northwest.
FastTracking the Future - Sydney Metro Northwest'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 Rouse Hill Town Centre on 24 October 2015.