Sydney Metro Update

Sydney Metro

Sydney Metro City & Southwest is now one step closer with commuters getting their first look at our new congestion-busting CBD railway stations as the planning approvals process starts for Stage 2 of Sydney Metro, Australia’s biggest public transport project. A metro trip from Chatswood to Central will take 15 minutes, about 10 minutes faster than the existing suburban railway system. This Environmental Impact Statement is looking specifically at the Chatswood to Sydenham section of Sydney Metro, which includes a new harbour crossing and new metro stations at Crows Nest, Victoria Cross in North Sydney, Barangaroo, Martin Place, Pitt Street, Central and Waterloo. The public will have until June 27 2016 to comment on various environmental impacts of the project, such as noise and vibration, sustainability and energy consumption. The planning approvals process for the upgrade of the existing railway line to Bankstown will start later this year.

This talk will provide an update on the Sydney Metro City & Southwest, including key drivers for the planning and design of this city-shaping infrastructure project, and the transport benefits delivered by a metro network.

The Presenters

Lani Tan – Transport for NSW, Senior Project Engineer

Lani has worked in various engineering roles on transport projects throughout the world, including a motorway project in Romania and metro rail projects in the US and the iconic Crossrail project in London.


Neil Dix – Transport for NSW, Contract Liaison Officer

Neil has managed communications and community activities on a range of infrastructure projects including the Northern Beaches B-Line, Kempsey Bypass and National Broadband Network rollout.


David Alt – JHCPBG, Victoria Cross Project Manager

David has more than 20 years’ experience in the infrastructure and mining sectors across Australia and southern Asia, with experience on projects such as the S1 tunnel, Boggo Road Busway and Brisbane Airport Link.


Dr Heather Jackson – JHCPBG, Victoria Cross Stakeholder and Community Relations Manager

Heather joins the team with an extensive background in community relations and stakeholder engagement. She has worked on several high-profile infrastructure projects across Sydney, including Sydney Metro Northwest, Northside Storage Tunnel and Lane Cove Tunnel.


From March 20, 2018 07:00 until March 20, 2018 08:30 Save to calendar

At Piato Restaurant 123 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point NSW 2060, Australia

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Sydney Metro Update

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