Castle Hill to get metro station soon

April 8, 2018 by  

Castle Hill’s Metro station should be up and running before the middle of 2019.

The station at Castle Hill should be open soon because the relevant work on the track is almost complete. Stationery printers near transport hubs can get extra business, because at peak times, the Sydney Metro may enable 15 trains per hour to flow in both directions.

Andrew Constance, the current transport minister, declared:

“We’re getting closer by the day to revolutionary metro rail opening in the first half of next year, which will change the way of life forever for people in the Hills region. Sydney Metro means people will be able to get around our great city faster and easier than ever before.”

The metro system will cost more than $8bn in total. Linking up the stations is nearly finished as there is only a short distance left to span. Nonetheless, there is some other vital construction work which must be completed before journeys can be undertaken. This includes building a bridge and bringing station activity to a conclusion.

A sky train is likely to catch the eye in the future. Rouse Hill Town Centre (RHTC) shall be given a stop on the line. Almost 5,000 employees have worked on this specific initiative, and over seven kilometres of track are in place already.