Introduction of Sydney's Metro set to move millions
With trains arriving every few minutes, life in Sydney’s north-west is about to get easier. As the north-west suburbs have been previously scarce of public transport, this new metro will be a welcomed change. The fast and convenient connection will offer endless opportunities and possibility and will have the capacity to move approximately 46,000 people per hour connecting to multiple business districts and suburbs.
Those who have bought into new developments in the north-west; The Langston, Shepherds Bay, Kew Schofields, Macquarie Park Village and Emerald Epping, will soon be living the many benefits due to arise from the new North West Metro. The North West is one of the best financially accessible locations for first home buyers. The developments in the area are not only substantially lower to buy when compared to the rest of Sydney but will soon offer the convenience of a brisk train to the city, making travel time irrelevant.
The Metro connection will allow significant relief for parents Sydney wide. North to North-West suburbs are known for their highly regarded schools. Schools that have previously ranked in the top schools in NSW run along the Metro include Baulkham Hills High School, Castle Hill High School, Tangara School for Girls and Carlingford High School. The same goes for the ease of access for Macquarie University, having recently ranked in the top 10 universities in Australia, it is along the new Metro line connecting between Chatswood and Rouse Hill. Western Sydney University also has campuses in Quakers Hill and Parramatta, making transport easier for many.
The new Metro will facilitate population growth transforming a region of Sydney into a thriving area for business, leisure and residence. Homebuyer confidence has strengthened, which will only boom more with the completion of the Metro. The suburbs around the North West Metro are recent developments, and we can expect to see more. With the state government confirming the city’s expansion with not only the new Metro system but also, the development of hospitals in the region, the need for housing will continue to increase making the North-West a place to pay attention to for investors.