TOP 5 VIDEOS ON THE “SYDNEY TIMES” YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Following on from readers requests ,..We provide our Sydney Times readers with a list of the Top 5 ranking Videos on the Sydney Times YouTube channel.
“Interestingly they are all to do with Sydney and NSW City infrastructure projects either current or historic.” Ed.
No 1 . Sydney Gateway Main Flyover Video
SYDNEY GATEWAY -FLYOVER TAKING OFF NEXT TO AIRPORT
The first four of 17 massive concrete headstocks, each weighing more than a full Boeing 737, have been installed at Mascot as part of the NSW Government’s $2.6 billion Sydney Gateway project. The headstocks each stand at more than six metres tall and will support an 800-metre flyover road, connecting motorists to Sydney Airport with a toll-free connection. Premier Dominic Perrottet said it was yet another milestone in the NSW Government’s $110 billion infrastructure pipeline. “This is a transformative project that will get people to and from Sydney Airport faster, supporting more than 4000 construction and manufacturing jobs, while modernising our road network,” Mr Perrottet said.
No 2.FINAL DESIGNS FOR SYDNEY’S NEWEST PARKLANDS UNVEILED-Rozelle Int NSW
FINAL DESIGNS FOR SYDNEY’S NEWEST PARKLANDS UNVEILED
Sydneysiders will soon be able to enjoy 10 hectares of sprawling gardens, wetlands and brand new sporting and recreational facilities with the final designs of the new Rozelle Parklands unveiled today. Premier Dominic Perrottet said the expansive parklands, which are being delivered as part of the NSW Government’s Rozelle Interchange Project, will be one of the largest open green spaces in inner Sydney. “As part of the Rozelle Interchange Project, we had the rare opportunity to deliver a new parkland space in the heart of our city, transforming disused former industrial land and returning it back to the local community,” Mr Perrottet said.
No 3. NEW CBD METRO STATION TAKES SHAPE -Pitt Street Station 24 Nov
NEW CBD METRO STATION TAKES SHAPE
Sydney’s new Pitt Street metro station is taking shape as work powers ahead on the NSW Government’s major transport project, Sydney Metro City and Southwest, ahead of services commencing in 2024. Premier Dominic Perrottet said the new metro line would provide commuters with turn-up-and-go services every four minutes in peak under the Sydney CBD. “A transport transformation is taking place deep beneath the surface of Sydney’s CBD with construction on the new City and Southwest metro line rapidly progressing and the new Pitt Street station fast taking shape,” Mr Perrottet said. “This new metro connection includes five new stations through the CBD alone, as well as an additional two new stations in the city’s north, connecting our city like never before.” Minister for Transport, Veterans and Western Sydney David Elliott said the transformation of the new metro station was another example of how the Liberal and Nationals Government was delivering when it comes to major transport infrastructure.
No 4. SYDNEY METRO CELEBRATES – NEW DRIVERLESS TRAINS AND 50 MILLION COMMUTER TRIPS
The NSW Government is celebrating major milestones with Sydney Metro
50 million commuter trips since opening three years ago and the start of passenger services on the first of 23 new trains for the next stage of Australia’s biggest public transport project. Minister for Transport, Veterans and Western Sydney David Elliott said 50 million passenger journeys made it very clear that commuters across Sydney’s north-west had embraced travelling on the Metro. “Last night we hit another major milestone as new driverless trains for the Sydney Metro City and Southwest project join the existing North West Metro Line trains, following a rigorous testing regime,” Mr Elliott said. “Most of the new trains for the Sydney Metro City and Southwest project have been delivered and undergone rigorous operational testing with four, which have completed all testing and commissioning, joining the North West Metro fleet this week.
5.) SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE
Sydney Harbour Bridge Event Launch 2022
-Historic documentary footage showing historic photo images and vision of the Bridge which was completed/opened in 1932.