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Major testing milestone for Sydney Metro

Major testing milestone for Sydney Metro

In a new major testing milestone for the Sydney Metro, all 45 metro trains have completed a least one 51-kilometre journey between Tallawong and Sydenham at operational speed.

Each train stopped at each station during the tests. These journeys aimed to confirm train and platform screen doors performed as designed. Passenger help points and information displays on the trains were also put through their paces.

The performance of each train is being monitored closely to ensure the trains, signalling and station systems are working together and functioning seamlessly along the Metro North West Line and the new City section.


 

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This comes as services are set to begin on the Sydney Metro City & Southwest line later this year, providing direct, fast and reliable public transport services.

Major testing milestone for Sydney Metro
Image courtesy of Sydney Metro/NSW Government.

Preparations are now underway for the next major phase of testing – trial running, which is expected to begin in the coming months. Trial running is the last stage of testing before the launch of the new metro line, where network operator Metro Trains Sydney will run a series of timetable running and operational tests.

Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project. Building, operating and maintaining a network of four metro lines, 46 stations and 113 kilometres of new metro railew metro rail.

So far, more than 8700 hours of required testing has been completed on the project.

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