All 23 driverless trains for the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project are expected to be in service on the North West Metro Line by mid-2023, doubling the number of trains on the network and providing customers with additional flexibility.
List view / Grid view
Rebecca McPhee, Deputy Chief Executive of Operations, Customer and Place-making at Sydney Metro, provides exclusive insight into the Sydney Metro West project, and explains why a customer-centred methodology was applied to the planning, design and delivery of Australia’s biggest public transport infrastructure programme.
In this issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: the importance of ensuring an optimum payment experience for public transport users; how MaaS will bring systematic change to mobility; and why the passenger must be prioritised in all decision-making.
A metro revolution is underway in Sydney, with the New South Wales capital home to the biggest urban rail infrastructure investment in Australian history. For Intelligent Transport, Jon Lamonte, CEO of Sydney Metro, explains how greater capacity and rail connectivity is providing more opportunities and better experiences to the city’s…
The project is designed to reduce travel times between Parramatta and the Sydney central business district (CBD) down to approximately 20 minutes.
Sydney Metro will provide increased passenger safety and improved comfort to every journey, whilst embracing the new era of automated mobility…
20 July 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
A $49 million investment in more than 120 new buses, extra routes and thousands of added bus services will keep customers moving during the upgrade of the Epping to Chatswood line in late 2018 ahead of the start of Sydney Metro.