General News

Tree clearing west of Moorebank Avenue

BMD Constructions is commencing work for the Moorebank Avenue Upgrade as part of the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal. As part of that, trees to the west of Moorebank Avenue will be removed in coming weeks. Work will take place adjacent to Moorebank Avenue between Bapaume Road and 100m south of Chatham Avenue. Work will be completed…

Weekend rail construction, May 11 and 12

CPB Contractors will have crews working on the Southern Sydney Freight Line on the weekend of May 11 and 12, which may be audible to some residents in Casula and Glenfield. Work is taking place to finalise signalling and other necessary infrastructure ahead of the SIMTA rail link opening later this year. Trucks will access…

Weekend closure to resurface Moorebank Avenue rail bridge

To complete the road surfacing of the final alignment of Moorebank Avenue above the new rail underpass, a weekend closure of Moorebank Avenue either side of the Holsworthy-Glenfield rail line crossing will be required. The road will be closed to through traffic between Cambridge Avenue and Anzac Road from 9pm on Friday May 3 to…

Rail link construction to move east of Moorebank Avenue

SIMTA has received approval for clearing and construction of the Rail Link in the corridor east of Moorebank Avenue and south of the Import-Export terminal facility. SIMTA’s contractor, CPB Contractors, will be accessing the site from the entry points located off Moorebank Avenue to the south and north of Anzac Creek, and is expecting to…

Moorebank Logistics Park Community Consultative Committee

Moorebank Logistics Park Community Consultative Committee Nominations are open for the appointment of community members to the Moorebank Logistics Park Community Consultative Committee. Want to contribute to your community? Many State Significant projects in NSW have Community Consultative Committees. These committees provide a forum for open dialogue between the proponent and representatives of the local…

Reducing road freight emissions in south-western Sydney

An innovative project to reduce freight truck emissions by using a rail network to distribute containerised freight has received up to $150 million in support from the Turnbull Government, through the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC). Read more.