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Parramatta Light Rail

Work on Robin Thomas Reserve, part of the Parramatta Light Rail project, began on Monday 6 November 2023.
For more information visit our Robin Thomas Reserve news update.


Parramatta Light Rail will provide a link between the City's ever-growing residential, employment, cultural and educational districts.

Economic benefits

The project will not only provide enormous economic benefits to the city, delivering further investment and jobs, it will also help with precinct renewal creating an enjoyable and more free-flowing circulation of people, knowledge, and resources within Greater Parramatta.

Reduce travel times

The Parramatta Light Rail will also cut travel times to improve the quality of life for thousands of people who commute in and out of, and around, Parramatta every day.

Working together

City of Parramatta Council will continue to work with the NSW Government to assess the best outcomes for the community throughout the process, including stop locations, heritage and design.

Parramatta Light Rail is part of a record $80 billion investment in state infrastructure over the next four years.

Stage 1

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Stage 1 of Parramatta Light Rail will connect Westmead to Carlingford via Parramatta CBD and Camellia.

Stage 2

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Stage 2 of Parramatta Light Rail will link Sydney Olympic Park and Wentworth Point with Rydalmere, and the Parramatta CBD.

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