North West Rail Link - EIS 2 released

The second environmental assessment (EIS2) for the North West Rail Link project is now on exhibition.

EIS2 focuses on:
·         Design and operation of the eight new railway stations at Cherrybrook, Castle Hill, Showground (formerly Hills Centre), Norwest, Bella Vista, Kellyville, Rouse Hill and Cudgegong Road
·         Design and operation of the skytrain
·         Commuter parking for 4,000 cars
·         How the rapid transit rail link operates, including the new generation single deck trains announced as part of Sydney’s Rail Future
·         Transport interchanges
·         Areas around the railway stations
·         Rail infrastructure like railway tracks and signalling systems.
For an interactive look at the North West Rail Link, click here -
To view a summary or a full version of EIS2, click here -
For information on how to make a submission, click here -
If you would like more information, attend one of our community information sessions:
·         Thursday 8 November, 4pm–8pm
Crowne Plaza Norwest, 1 Columbia Court, Baulkham Hills
·         Saturday 10 November, 10am–2pm
Cherrybrook Uniting Church, 134 New Line Road, Cherrybrook
·         Thursday 15 November, 4pm–8pm
North West Rail Link, Community Information Centre,
299 Old Northern Road, (corner of Crane Road), Castle Hill
·         Saturday 17 November, 10am–2pm
Rouse Hill Town Centre, Level 1, Link Lane, off Main Street, Rouse Hill
·         Thursday 22 November, 4pm–8pm
Epping Club, 45–47 Rawson Street, Epping
Visit the website:
Call the Community Information Line: 1800 019 989
Visit the Community Information Centre: 299 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill
Contact the Place Manager for your area:
·         Cudgegong Road, Rouse Hill, Kellyville and Bella Vista – Faye Rescigno ph: 0478 407 154
·         Norwest, Hills Centre and Castle Hill – Katherine Martin ph: 0478 407 155
·         Cherrybrook, Cheltenham Service Facility and Epping – Cecilia Densham ph: 0478 407 152