WORK on the second Sydney Harbour rail crossing — which will move 100,000 extra people on Sydney’s trains every hour — has begun.
Preparation began yesterday for drilling to depths 70m below the Harbour — to occur over the next few weeks — to find the best spot for the new Sydney Rapid Transit railway tunnels.
NSW Premier Mike Baird said the government was delivering on its election promises.
The Liberals are getting on with the changes they announced before the election. Even thou they are drilling there would be limited options for a a harbour crossing as the approaches would need plenty of space and of couse a connection to the existing network.
Have these ideas or options been floated?
All this work in Sydney and Melbourne can't even organise a rail link to the airport. makes you laugh.