About Sydney Metro

A 3.5-kilometre upgrade and conversion of the T3 Bankstown Line to metro standards to allow easy interchange between Sydney Metro and other forms of transport like Sydney Trains, light rail and buses with all stations will be designed to be user friendly for pedestrians, cyclists and customers getting on and off buses and in and out  of taxis, and being dropped off and picked up in cars. Engineering Elements are providing the independent engineering review to the demolition contractor engaged to demolish 55 existing buildings above the new station boxes throughout the CBD.

Project features

• 13.5-kilometre upgrade and conversion of the T3 Bankstown Line to metro standards
• Easy interchange between Sydney Metro and other forms of transport like Sydney Trains, light rail and buses
• All stations will be designed to be user friendly for pedestrians, cyclists and customers getting on and off buses and in and out  of taxis, and being dropped off and picked up in cars
• There will be some changes to station platforms, layouts and some  concourse locations to ensure the most efficient running of Sydney Metro trains for customers
• All stations will be fully accessible, including the installation of lifts and level access between the platform and the train
• All stations will have platform screen doors, which keep objects like prams away from the edge and allow trains to get in and out of stations much faster.

www.sydneymetro.info/citysouthwest/project-overview