CBD 7 South East Light Rail Update
The CBD and South East Light Rail (CSELR) is a major infrastructure project that will transform Sydney. It will provide a fast,
reliable public transport service from Circular Quay, through the CBD, to Kingsford and Randwick via Surry Hills, Moore Park and
Kensington. The light rail project is part of an integrated transport solution that will improve public transport in the south east,
manage future growth, boost urban renewal and reduce congestion in the CBD.
Ongoing utility works in the CBD – 1 March to 22 March 2015 (Night time works)
Laing O’Rourke will continue to carry out utility survey and investigation works in the CBD to verify the location of existing buried
utilities. Ongoing consultation will take place throughout the works to ensure the community are kept informed and up to date.
Construction begins in 2015 until 2019/20. More details HERE or find out more HERE
Darling LIVE Update
Darling Square construction update
All hoardings are now installed around the car park.
Pedestrian diversions continue in the area until The Goods Line opens (not part of the Darling Square development).
Demolition of the car park is on track to be complete in May 2015. Approximately 360 tonnes of scrap steel and 210 tonnes
of concrete have been removed to date.
Darling Drive scheduled to reopen from 16 February. Realignment and infrastructure renewal activities progressing well.
Stormwater culvert works and the setup of the student accommodation site for Urbanest to commence soon.
Construction of new buildings planned to start in mid-2015.
For more information on the Darling Harbour Revitalisation Infrastructure NSW 8016 0100 or The Goods Line Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority 9240 8500. Find out more HERE