Railway services to be improved in NSW
Improvements to the railway network in New South Wales could benefit businesses operating out of ...
Improvements to the railway network in New South Wales could benefit businesses operating out of commercial office property, as workers have access to more reliable transport links.
Minister for transport Gladys Berejiklian has revealed the biggest shake-up of the state's railways that will give customers access to the rail system they need.
She explained that employees working on the railways will be able to do their job more effectively as a result of the changes.
"The NSW government will continue to invest in improving the rail system - but we need to ensure taxpayers and customers get better value for money," commented Ms Berejiklian.
A consultation was recently launched on the Environmental Impact Statement for the North West Rail Link, giving the public the opportunity to have their say on extensive works taking place.
Major construction activity, tunnelling and the development of the Skytrain are all projects that will be taking place once work gets underway.
So far, 15 major tenders and 25 contracts have been awarded for a variety of constructions on the North West Rail Link and more than 40 discussions have been held with various organisations.