Sydney’s first-ever rail freight terminal is set to open in 2018

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Posted November 09, 2018 17:30:23 The first of Australia’s first rail freight terminals will open in Sydney’s outer west this year.

The New York-based company that built the Sydney Central Station in 2013 has leased the site to a private firm for $9.5 million and plans to convert the site into a rail terminal.

The company says the site is suitable for rail freight and will support around 100 cars a day.

The terminal, to be operated by the private company Trainsport NSW, will be built in stages with the first to be ready in the late 2020s.

Topics:rail-transport,state-parliament,state—state-issues,environment,government-and-politics,national-security,federal—state,sydney-2000First posted November 09, 2019 21:00:03Contact Peter HargreavesEmail: [email protected]

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