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It is been announced that the northwest terminus of the new Sydney Metro Northwest line will be Tallawong.
The station has been known as Cudgegong Road Station during the construction phase. Following community feedback, the station has been named Tallawong, a word with local historical significance that’s derived from the Dharug word ‘dalawang’ for the apple gum tree.
Tallawong Station will serve The Ponds, Rouse Hill and surrounding areas. The station is located between Tallawong and Cudgegong roads. It will be serviced by a new metro train every four minutes in the peak and will have:
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