Fleetwood Urban’s scope of delivery covers the public domain elements for the eight core stations, two service facilities, and the Epping-Chatswood Rail Line stations at Macquarie University, Macquarie Park, North Ryde and Chatswood.
The Northwest Rail Link is Sydney’s largest transport infrastructure project since work commenced on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1923. The 23-kilometre rail link will cater for future growth in the booming North West region and service upwards of the 200,000 people who are expected to move into this growth centre over the next 40 years.
Fleetwood Urban’s project outputs include:
- Final product conceptualising and cost control
- Design engineering
- Detail design
The detail design has been completed and elements are now ready for prototyping. Delivery will start rolling throughout the latter part of 2017.
Once the project has been completed, trains will run every 4 minutes helping ferry commuters in and out of the city and suburban areas, due to the frequency of the services, no timetable will be provided as commuters will have adequate services throughout the day. The project will also include 4,000 commuter car parking spaces across the stations.
For more information on Fleetwood Urban’s role in the Northwest Rail Link construction, visit their website at www.fleetwoodurban.com.au
Images (top to bottom): Artists impression of new Norwest Station, Artists impression of Kellyville Station, Artists Impression. All Images Credited to Transport NSW