A new metro railway line connecting communities with the new Western Sydney International airport and Greater Western Sydney.

A travel time target of around 20 minutes between St Marys Station and the Aerotropolis Station.

Six new metro stations, supporting 14,000 jobs and significant growth in Western Sydney.

About Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport

A new metro railway line servicing the new Western Sydney International airport and Greater Western Sydney.

This city-shaping project will become the transport spine for the growing region, connecting communities with the new airport, jobs and services and delivering better access to employment opportunities, health and education facilities and leisure activities across Greater Sydney.

The Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport project will deliver about 23 kilometres of rail between St Marys Station and the future Western Sydney Aerotropolis in Bringelly.

Six stations are proposed to be built along the alignment including two stations at Western Sydney International airport, one at the Western Sydney Aerotropolis and one at St Marys – here customers will be able to connect to the existing Sydney Trains suburban T1 Western Line. Proposed stations at Orchard Hills and Luddenham will service a future mixed-use precinct and an education and innovation precinct.