Australia's New South Wales (NSW) State Prime Minister Barry O'Farrell has announced that public comments on the environmental impact of the North West Railway Line project will be sought. Stating that the construction works will be shared with the public in a report, O'Farrell said that they attach special importance to the views of the society on this issue. Stating that the basic work of the project will start in 2014, Prime Minister Barry O'Farrell noted that the study is the most important transportation project in the country. O'Farell said, “The North West Railway Link is the largest transport infrastructure project ever built since the Sydney Harbor Bridge. The railway line project to be built is bigger than the bridge. 70 thousand tons of steel will be used in the construction of the line. This is about 20 thousand tons more than the steel used for the construction of the Sydney bridge. ” said.
Referring to the project's contribution to the economy, Prime Minister O'Farrell said, “The construction of the new line will provide more than 16 new jobs. We expect the NSW economy to generate about $ 200 billion in revenue. ” He spoke in the form.
On the other hand, the new North West Railway Line will start from Epping'den, Rouse Hill indicating that the end of Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian Epping Macquarie Park, Chatswood, North Sydney and Sydney city center, North West Sydney can be said to go directly. Minister Berejiklian said that public information meetings will be held about the project and that these talks will start in April and May. Stating that the meetings to be held in the North West region will be held primarily in Epping, Rouse Hill, Castle Hill, Cherrybrook and Baulkham Hills, Berejiklian added that the meeting dates will be announced on the website.