Light rail will transform Sydney by offering a high capacity, reliable and sustainable mode of public transport.
High capacity light rail will play a central role in the future of public transport in Sydney.
Inner West Light Rail services run from Central to Dulwich Hill.
Light rail construction works in Sydney.
Frequent, fast, reliable light rail services will improve public transport access to Central, the CBD and major destinations in the south east including Moore Park and University of NSW.
Modern, high quality light rail vehicles and stops with Opal electronic ticketing will provide reliable, comfortable, accessible journeys for customers.
Light rail will introduce a new
one kilometre pedestrian zone on George Street, with many other precincts also benefitting from urban renewal opportunities.
Congestion currently costs Sydney $5.1 billion a year. Light rail will remove many buses from the CBD and provide a more modern, reliable and sustainable alternative.
Light rail is estimated to deliver over $4 billion in economic benefits for Sydney and NSW through improved public transport, productivity and urban renewal.
Light rail offers a clean, quiet, low-emission alternative to cars and buses that provides environmental benefits and encourages healthy active travel.
Construction of the Sydney CBD & South East Light Rail will begin in Randwick this week, including the relocation of approximately 40 trees for replanting.
Work in three new CBD construction zones will start in the next three months, as Sydney’s CBD and South East Light Rail project gains momentum.
Two new reports outlining the environmental impacts of tree pruning and removal along the route of the CBD and South East Light Rail are now available at Sydney Light Rail.
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