Sydney’s public transport will improve the life-style of commuters, the new line will tremendously benefit new and existing PIA projects in Lidcombe and Homebush by reducing travel time for those travelling to Sydney’s CBD and Parramatta, the line will make life easier especially for those who commute daily to work or university.
The NSW Government has confirmed plans to expand the scope of the proposed Parramatta Light Rail line to include an eastern route terminating at Sydney Olympic Park.
The Parramatta Light Rail will provide reliable and modern public transport service to Sydney Olympic Park, with the NSW Government today announcing plans for the stage 2 extension of the project.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian today confirmed planning for Stage 2 was underway and is expected to be completed throughout 2018.
“I am pleased to announce Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 is another step closer to connecting Greater Parramatta to the booming sport, entertainment and employment hub at Sydney Olympic Park,” Ms Berejiklian said.
“We know it will provide a direct, frequent and reliable public transport connection for these areas and connects the new Western Sydney University campus at Sydney Olympic Park with its three campuses serviced by Stage 1.
“Light rail will also realise Sydney Olympic Park’s potential as Sydney’s premier destination for cultural, entertainment, recreation and sporting events, as well as linking businesses and residents in surrounding areas,” Mr Constance said.
The new rail line will improve life-style in Sydney’s West and increase interest in the suburbs connected via the light rail line, living in Sydney’s west is becoming more and more attractive, especially for those who aren’t able to afford suburbs closer to Sydney’s business district, the light rail will provide commuter’s access to transport across the light rail connecting Westmead to Carlingford via Parramatta CBD and Camellia.
Viva City (under construction) 5 Uhrig Road, Lidcombe
Smallwood (under construction) 28 Small wood Avenue, Homebush