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Victoria Cross Metro Station

NSW Government

North Sydney NSW

Progress to construct Victoria Cross Station is powering ahead, with the station more than 85 per cent complete.

Victoria Cross Station is one of six new city stations that will open in 2024 and will create faster public transport connections between the North Sydney business district and the Sydney CBD.

All 14 new lifts and 19 new escalators to take passengers down to the platform are now installed, with final commissioning being progressively completed. All 22 of the Opal gates across the two entrances are installed, ready for passengers.

The station platforms - built inside Australia’s largest railway cavern, 31 metres below ground, are also finished.

Final finishing touches to North Sydney’s newest transport hub will be made in coming months, including to station entrances and adjoining retail and public domain areas.

More than 5,000 people have worked on the delivery, design, and construction of the station, with more than 50,000 employment opportunities created throughout the life of the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project.

Over 15,000 passengers are expected to pass through Victoria Cross Station during the morning peak when it opens to the public. The station will take pressure off the existing North Sydney Station and provide fast and reliable transport service for passengers in the North Sydney business, education and residential areas. 

Once open, passengers will have fast metro travel times into the city from Victoria Cross, including to Barangaroo in three minutes, Martin Place in five minutes and Gadigal in seven minutes.

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