The first train for the A$8.3bn ($6.5bn) Sydney Metro Northwest project in Australia has arrived at the Rouse Hill facility from India.
The new six-carriage train will be prepared for testing over the coming months, and metro services are expected to commence from 2019.
Sydney Metro Northwest is a 36km project that comprises the first stage of the Sydney Metro development, which will see the introduction of the country’s first fully automated metro rail system.
Services are also slated to be extended to Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD) by 2024. Read More…
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