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A Metro rail line to the new Western Sydney Airport will be complete in time for the Airport’s opening in 2026, if the Coalition retains government.
The commitment was made at the Liberals & Nationals campaign launch, held today at Penrith Panthers Leagues Club.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said more than $2 billion will be invested in the North South Rail Line over the next four years.
“We know the Western Sydney Airport and the Aerotropolis are the future of Sydney and that is why we are making the investment now for construction on the rail line to begin in 2021,” Ms Berejiklian said.
“The North South Rail Line will run from St Marys through to the Airport, connecting Sydney in a way that has never happened before.
“At the same time we are building the crucial road links and are investing $3.6 billion to build the new M12 motorway and upgrade existing roads including the Northern Road and Bringelly Road.
“The Aerotropolis will create 200,000 jobs and only the NSW Liberals & Nationals can be trusted to build the transport links needed to support this growing region.”
The development of a business case for the North South Rail line is already progressing.
Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance said only the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government has the track record to deliver the Metro rail line to the Airport from day one.
This article first appeared on westernweekender.com.au
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