Sydney Light Rail Project | Report

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Running head: SYDNEYLIGHT RAIL PROJECTSydney Light Rail ProjectName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor’s note
1SYDNEY LIGHT RAIL PROJECTExecutive SummaryHASELL along with NSW have planned to install light rail architecture to facilitate thetransport. The configuration of the light rail has been planned to include the South East RailProject (CSELR) and Central Business District (CBD). The proposed rail route is planned toprolong up to 12 kilometres and the rail route will cover Circular Quay, it will also connectKingsford and possibly Randwick. The effort will not only enhance the light rail system inSydney but will also embellish the scenic beauty of the whole city. The procedures by whichthe organisations have planned to deliver the services have been detailed in this report. Thedesigns of light rail track along with the surrounding landscape are looking promising.Sydney is developing every day and this light rail project will definitely prosper their futurelife style.
2SYDNEY LIGHT RAIL PROJECTTable of Contents1. Introduction............................................................................................................................22. Analysis of CSELR and CBD on basis of definition and conceptual design.........................32.1. Definition of CSELR and CBD.......................................................................................32.2. Conceptual Design correlated with CSELR....................................................................32.2.1. Sydney’s entire design layout and the plans that have been adopted......................32.2.2. Kingsford Zone and rules and regulations involved................................................42.3. Circumstantial analysis based on conceptual design of CSELR.....................................43. Public Domain Strategy pertaining to the conceptual design layout.....................................53.1. Randwick Route and Anzac Parade’s conceptual design layout....................................53.2. Tay Reserve’s conceptual design layout.........................................................................53.3. Carlton Street Stop’s conceptual design layout..............................................................53.4. Todman Avenue Stop’s conceptual design layout..........................................................63.5. UNSW Kensington Campus’s conceptual design layout................................................63.6. Anzac Parade Stop’s conceptual design layout...............................................................63.7. Strachan Street Stop’s conceptual design layout............................................................63.8. Kingsford terminus’s conceptual design layout..............................................................63.9. CSELR project getting facilities via public domain elements........................................74. Conclusion..............................................................................................................................75. Recommendations..................................................................................................................76. References..............................................................................................................................8
3SYDNEY LIGHT RAIL PROJECT1. IntroductionThe Sydney people are likely to get benefits from the latest transport model that hasbeen planned to install and configure at Sydney. HASELL along with NSW have planned toinstall light rail architecture to facilitate the transport (Vermote et al. 2014). Theconfiguration of the light rail has been planned to include the South East Rail Project(CSELR) and Central Business District (CBD). The proposed rail route is planned to prolongup to 12 kilometres and the rail route will cover Circular Quay, it will also connect Kingsfordand possibly Randwick.This report will highlight the conceptual design planned by the organisations toimplement the light rail in Sydney. The report will also grandstand the landscapes they haveplanned to rejuvenate alongside the main light rail track.2. Analysis of CSELR and CBD on basis of definition and conceptualdesign2.1. Definition of CSELR and CBDHASSELL with NSW has a conceptual design plan to rejuvenate the light rail basedin Sydney. They have proposed that the rail route will cover Central Station, Circular Quay,Kingsford and Randwick s (Stay and Griffin 2015). They have added that the proposedproject will assist the traffic jam and the new model will be built keeping in mind that it willfacilitate the transport system of South East Railway and that will surely change the wholescenario of George Street. The new rail architecture in Sydney is hoped to embellish thewhole Sydney’s glory.Transport for NSW along with HASSELL has a plan to develop stops at regularintervals accompanying Sydney's light rail, has a plan to model the landscapes of the railroute by implanting small plants and the trees.
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