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July 21, 2010

New South Wales Government Extends Sydney Light Rail Network

The New South Wales (NSW) Government in Australia is extending the Sydney light rail network by 10km at a cost of A$500m (US$435m). The expansion, part of the state's metropolitan transport plan, will boost travel between Dulwich Hill, the Inner West and the Sydney CBD. The firs

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The New South Wales (NSW) Government in Australia is extending the Sydney light rail network by 10km at a cost of A$500m (US$435m).

The expansion, part of the state’s metropolitan transport plan, will boost travel between Dulwich Hill, the Inner West and the Sydney CBD.

The first stage of the project will see a 5.6km extension to the Inner West that will be operation from early 2012, according to government.

This stage also includes the creation of a walking and cycling path in the corridor, a number of greenbelts and other track upgrade works.

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