Parramatta Light Rail Team coming to Westmead
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Posted 05 Sep 2016
Artist's impression of the Parramatta Light Rail



The Parramatta Light Rail team is coming to Westmead this month. The team are holding three pop-up events to share information about the project, to show plans, hear feedback and answer questions. 

At three dates in September (6 September, 8 September and 13 September) are open to staff, students, patients, carers, families, visitors and community members. 

Event information

Pop-up event 1 - The Children's Hospital at Westmead

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Pop-up event 2 - Westmead Private Hospital

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Pop-up event 3 - Westmead Hospital

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Can't make the event, yet have feedback or questions?

If you can't attend any of the pop-up events, yet would like to ask a question, have an idea or general feedback, please contact us. We'll pass your message onto the Parramatta Light Rail team.

More information

To find out more about the Parramatta Light Rail head to their website - parramattalightrail.nsw.gov.au.

Background on Parramatta Light Rail

On 8 December 2015, the NSW Premier Mike Baird announced the preferred route for the Parramatta Light Rail project. The spine of the preferred route runs from Westmead to Strathfield via Parramatta CBD, incorporating Camellia and Sydney Olympic Park. A light rail line will also branch to Carlingford, replacing the existing heavy rail shuttle.

The NSW Government is committed to developing the Parramatta Light Rail project as quickly as possible. A project team has been assembled and detailed design work for the preferred network has commenced.

Transport for NSW expects construction to commence in late 2018, subject to planning approval.

Related information

Read our Transport & Parking Fact Sheet (last updated January 2016)