The Parklife Metro consortium will deliver the Stations, Systems, Trains, Operations and Maintenance (SSTOM) contract for the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport

Sydney Metro is Australia’s first fully automated railway and biggest public transport project.

Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport is a city-shaping project, the 23-kilometre new railway will connect the Western Sydney Aerotropolis in the south with St Marys in the north – where customers can connect to the existing Sydney Trains suburbans T1 Western Line and provide major economic stimulus for Western Sydney, supporting more than 14,000 jobs during construction for New South Wales and national economies.

Parklife Metro consortium was awarded the Stations, Systems, Trains, Operations and Maintenance (SSTOM) contract for Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport in December 2022.

The SSTOM work package includes the delivery of six new stations between St Marys and the new Aerotropolis, 12 new metro trains, core rail systems and a stabling and maintenance facility to be built at Orchard Hills. Parklife Metro will also operate and maintain the line for 15 years once operational. The SSTOM is the largest ever Public Private Partnership (PPP) contract in New South Wales awarded to-date.

The new railway will become the transport spine for Greater Sydney, connecting communities and travellers with the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport and growing region with fast, safe and reliable services. 

For more information about the SM-WSA please visit the Sydney Metro website.

About Us

The Parklife Metro consortium brings together four world-class organisations to deliver the SSTOM works – Plenary, Webuild, Siemens and RATP Dev.

Our collective international experience will ensure the latest and best technologies and innovations are applied to Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport.

Acknowledgement of Country

Parklife Metro acknowledges the Dharug (Darug) People, Traditional Owners and First Nations people of the lands on which we will work.

We pay our respects to Elders past and those present who will walk with us on this project journey and support recognised emerging Elders.

We acknowledge their continuing connection to land, waters and culture and thank them for enriching us with their cultural practices.