A world-class metro rail network
Sydney Metro City and Southwest is Stage 2 of Sydney Metro - Australia's biggest public transport project.
Pacific Partnerships and UGL, as part of the Northwest Rapid Transit Consortium (NRT), will operate and maintain the full metro railway from Rouse Hill to Bankstown, in total 66 kilometres of rail and 31 metro stations.
The NRT Public Private Partnership (PPP) contract, which was awarded in 2014 for Sydney Metro Northwest (Stage 1), has been extended to Stage 2 (Sydney Metro City & Southwest) to deliver a seamless customer experience on the new metro system.
As an existing investor in the Metro North West Line operations contract, Pacific Partnerships will provide a further equity investment to the NRT PPP.
The PPP contract also includes UGL delivering the radio system and through its stake in Metro Trains Sydney, extending its existing services on the newly opened Metro North West Line to the currently under construction Sydney Metro City and Southwest line for a period of 10 years, commencing from 2024.
The 31km Linewide Works, from Chatswood, under Sydney Harbour and the CBD and beyond to Bankstown in the Southwest, is being jointly delivered by CIMIC Group companies CPB Contractors and UGL.
An innovative multi-billion-dollar infrastructure program of many firsts, Sydney Metro is delivering Australia’s first driverless trains, Australia’s first fully-accessible railway and Australian-first customer safety technology like platform screen doors.