SRA suggests $6bn rail line for Sydney services

<p>New South Wales State Rail Authority is contemplating a $6 bn North-South rail line to alleviate pressure on choked passenger services, according to the <em>Sydney Morning Herald</em> today (Tuesday, August 12).</p> <p>The line would run from Hornsby in Sydney’s north to Campbelltown in the south using much of the existing CityRail track, the paper reported.</p> <p>It would incorporate the Epping-Chatswood line now under construction and may encompass extensions to Castle Hill and Bringelly.</p> <p>State Rail raised the idea with the Parry Inquiry on public transport, the <em>Herald</em> said.</p> <br />