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Work has just started on the rail project, which will see train stations from Epping to Chatswood connect to the new Metro Stations in Sydney’s North West.
“Singleton Moore Signs are very proud to be part of such an outstanding Infrastructure project for the people of Sydney,” the company said in a Facebook post. “Over the last week, we have installed over 400 signs that we had manufactured to assist directing commuters to the alternate transport.”
The company just secured a separate $171,000 deal with Sydney Trains to provide additional signage at Sydney’s Town Hall station. That contract runs until December 31, 2018.
More NSW government contract information can be found here
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