悉尼地铁西北线

尖端技术的车站,无人驾驶的列车,即到即乘的服务。交通的未来在悉尼地铁西北线已经实现 — 澳大利亚首个全自动化的轨交系统已上线,并对所有使用者友好。

悉尼新西北轨交线路是澳大利亚有史以来最大型的公共交通项目,竣工后将有31个站点分布在66公里长的线路上。

在悉尼地铁项目非常关键的第一阶段,我们设计了8个全新的站点和片区,并改造了5个现有站点。

这些站点和片区让旅途更便捷、安全和智能,是世界一流的交通系统。与此同时,它们也为所在街区锦上添花赋予了活力,以全新的空间,如全新站点周围的广场、公园、通道,吸引人群。

站点设计

无论是高于地面层的车站,明挖隧道或是明挖回填隧道,通过为悉尼地铁西北线的新建车站及周围片区设计极具辨识度的顶棚,清晰地连起沿地铁线各具特色的车站。每一种车站都有特定对应的顶棚设计,可伸缩,可适应不同场景,同时也具备大气、安全、高效、可持续等特点 —— 并且造型美观。

悉尼西北线同时也因大都市规模的公共艺术品 —— “亮线社会广场”的亮色而极易识别,乘客可以在新站点的建筑、景观和工程中发现。“亮线社会广场”是Hassell和艺术工作室TCS及McGregor Westlake建筑事务所共同打造的。

客户

CPB John Holland as part of Northwest Rapid Transit

地点

澳大利亚,悉尼

现状

已建成

时间

2019

规模

八座全新车站及车站所在片区、五座现有车站的改造、站场、廊道公园

协作方

Studio TCS, McGregor Westlake Architecture

设计团队

Ross de la Motte, Geoff Crowe, Angus Bruce, Keith Allen, Chris Carr, Jason Hammond, Peter Monckton, Yee Woon Juen, Tom Withecombe, Michael Luders, Alex Chow, Alison Hortz, Esther Kay, Joe Li, Emma Townsend, Anthony Charlesworth, Ben Charlton, Carine Macleod, Bo Zhen, Phillip Meehan, Michael White, Mathew Watson, Andrew Ewington, Kutay Ozay, Shane Marshall, Catherine Zhuang

摄影

Mark Syke、Brett Boardman、Ian Hobbs、Rusty Goat Media

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Tallawong Station and precinct sits within the North West Growth Centre. Critically, it’s linked with approximately 4,400 new homes within the area.

The station and its interchange are positioned within the future town centre, while a series of bridges make it easy to get around. Commuter parking facilities, pedestrian routes and bicycle access have all been incorporated. A formal avenue and tree-lined streets within the precinct are strong connections to the Cumberland Plain woodland setting.

Image: Brett Boardman

The introduction of North West Metro, with its new rail station and integrated bus and cycle network, will transform Rouse Hill into a regional hub.

The plazas surrounding the architecturally striking elevated station give the people of Rouse Hill and surrounding areas a new, high quality public space, with traffic calmed’ to prioritise the safety of pedestrians. As a major traffic interchange, people can expect seamless transfers between rail, bus and other travel modes.

Image: Mark Syke

On the very edge of Sydney, Kellyville is part of the North West Growth Centre and its new commercial core. Accordingly, Kellyville and surrounds increasingly demands a transport interchange to seamlessly connect trains and buses and provide sufficient car parking for commuters. 

The new, elevated Kellyville Station offers a safe, convenient and comfortable transport experience that will encourage people to choose the train over the car. More than that, the station forms the heart of a new precinct that’s designed to be a community hub, including social and art programs to bring people together.

Image: Brett Boardman

Bella Vista Station and surrounding precinct are the focal points of the area’s future growth corridor, as well as a significant urban renewal undertaking.

The station is an immediate landmark between an existing business park and a future commercial growth area. The station is dual-loaded’ and the canopy design, entry sequence and concourse access all modified to accommodate its substantial interchange requirements, allowing people to approach the station from any direction.

The station precinct will include improved retail offerings, pedestrian-friendly streetscapes and station access, and places to keep the area buzzing. A nearby parkland corridor has also been improved.

Image: Mark Syke

Norwest Station and precinct are the critical missing pieces of the puzzle when it comes to servicing the local employment centre and the proposed high and medium residential area nearby.

By integrating with commercial development, making the area safer for pedestrians, providing simple access to all modes of transport and remaining flexible for future expansion, the new station underpins the renewal of the surrounding business park. 

Image: Rusty Goat Media

People have been heading to the Castle Hill Showgrounds for over 130 years. The new Hills Showground Station establishes an integrated transport interchange and makes the Showgrounds easier to access than ever.

The station also services a mixed-use precinct to the north, employment areas to the west, and medium density residential proposed to the south. It takes into consideration intended future developments and significant growth. The revitalised station precinct adds to the area’s strong sense of local pride and identity.

Image: Brett Boardman

On the line between Showground and Cherrybrook stations, Castle Hill Station has revitalised Arthur Whitling Park. It was constructed using the cut and cover’ method to make sure it was thoughtfully integrated into the park, which was rebuilt on top of it.

The design of the station entry ensures it is immediately part of the park setting, while making safety and security a priority. It will make it easier for people to travel between the park and the local commercial growth areas.

Image: Brett Boardman

Cherrybrook Station services a largely residential area and is surrounded by Blue Gum High Forest. As part of the North West Metro, the forest setting was extended, while our design for the station had to take into account this challenging topography, running tunnels and service buildings at both ends, and a large multi-level car park.

The station becomes a focal point of the community, with its entry providing space for community activities and the design minimising the impact of power lines. Walking and cycling paths connect to the surrounding streets and along the creek and bring the entire precinct together.

The station and precinct layout creates opportunities for future development and community integration.

Image: Ian Hobbs

36km forming the first fully-automated metro rail system in Australia
13 stations to accommodate trains every four minutes in peak times - 15 trains an hour in each direction
2 15-kilometre tunnels from Bella Vista to Epping – the longest running rail tunnels in Australia
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