Location of western Sydney subway station

 
  eddyb Chief Train Controller

On the assumption that eventually greater Sydney will be connected by north and south fast rail as well as other suburbs it seems obvious that there will have to be a central western Sydney underground station as surface rail would be too hard.


As with any station there is the brownfield/greenfield debate with one side claiming the patronage is there to make it viable already and the other side saying you get cheap land now with greenfield and can value capture the area once it becomes fully developed.


Every council wants to be the hub and it really should be looked at from a greater Sydney perspective. So where should it be?

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  viaprojects Chief Train Controller


Every council wants to be the hub and it really should be looked at from a greater Sydney perspective so where should it be?
eddyb
Google , just Google it. the question has been done. it's Central station and it's set in stone.
  eddyb Chief Train Controller


Every council wants to be the hub and it really should be looked at from a greater Sydney perspective so where should it be?
Google , just Google it. the question has been done. it's Central station and it's set in stone.
viaprojects
According to Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_railway_station,_Sydney

It started at Redfern then moved north to where it is now on the southern end of the CBD.

A lot of people see the centre of Sydney being the inner west and I think it will be further west again particularly if you want to connect with the eventual north and south fast rail but you may be right in that Sydney will just stay as it is.

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