Sydney Metro Northwest

Country
Australia
Location
Sydney
Sector
铁路
Expertise
    Client
    Transport for NSW
    Contract type
    Public Private Partnerships
    Status
    进行中
    Duration
    2014 - 2034
    Tags

    Operations Trains and Systems PPP

    Sydney Metro Northwest is Stage 1 of Sydney Metro - Australia’s biggest public transport project.

    It’s Australia’s first fully automated railway network, which will support growth in Sydney’s expanding northwest region.

    Pacific Partnerships, CPB Contractors and UGL, as part of the Northwest Rapid Transit consortium, delivered the $3.7 billion operations, trains and systems contract – the largest Public Private Partnership (PPP) ever awarded in NSW. 

    This included delivering eight new railway stations, more than 4000 commuter car parking spaces, Sydney’s new metro trains and upgrading the railway between Chatswood and Epping.

    Under the OTS PPP, CPB Contractors was part of the infrastructure joint venture with John Holland, and UGL was part of the Systems joint venture, with MTR Corporation, designing and delivering the tunnel systems, new metro trains, rail signalling and overall control systems. 

    Also, through the PPP, Sydney Metro Northwest will be operated and maintained for an initial concession period of 15 years by Metro Trains Sydney (MTS), a joint venture of UGL, MTR and John Holland.


    Services for Sydney Metro Northwest commenced in May 2019 with a metro train departing every four minutes in the peak - that’s 15 trains an hour.
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