Who owns Sydney airport rail link?

Who owns Sydney airport rail link?

Airport Link Companyfour stations
Airport Link, Sydney/Owners

When was Sydney airport tunnel built?

The tunnel and the Airport Line stations were constructed during 1995 – 2000. The project cost $900 million, created 3,000 jobs and was opened in readiness for the Olympics on the 21st May 2000.

When did the Sydney Metro project start?

26 May 2019
Sydney Metro

Began operation 26 May 2019
Operator(s) Metro Trains Sydney
Character Elevated, open cut and underground
Number of vehicles 22 six-cars Alstom Metropolis trains

Will Sydney Metro replace trains?

The metro network will be fully segregated from the existing Sydney Trains network between Sydenham and Bankstown, improving the reliability of services on the line. Interchange between Sydney Metro and Sydney Trains at both locations will be provided, with improvements to station way-finding and signage.

Where are the tunnels for the new Sydney Metro?

Three consortia have been shortlisted to deliver the tunneling works of the new Metro railway line, which will service Greater Western Sydney and the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport. The successful tunnel builder will deliver 10km of twin Metro railway tunnels and the associated excavations of station boxes.

How big is the Sydney Airport Link tunnel?

The works on the Sydney Airport Link tunnel beat all previous records in Australia: at the time of construction, it was the longest tunnel ever driven on the continent, the largest-diameter TBM used and the first use of a slurry-shield machine.

Where does Sydney Metro connect to Western Sydney Airport?

Delivering Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport, connecting the Aerotropolis and Western Sydney International with the rest of Sydney’s rail system at St Marys is a key City Deal commitment. .

How much does it cost to build rail to Western Sydney Airport?

The Australian Government has announced it will contribute up to $5.25 billion to this city shaping project, inclusive of business case planning and the Elizabeth Drive Overpass, an essential piece of road infrastructure to enable metro rail access to the airport site. The total project cost will be around $11 billion.