Lilyfield vegetation works From Wednesday 3 to Thursday 4 January 2018, between 10pm to 5am. What we’re doing Transdev Sydney, operator of the Inner West Light Rail, and our partner companies are working together to removing weedy vegetation and some small trees that have potential to damage the network infrastructure and affect light rail network reliability. It’s important to us that we continue to offer the Lilyfield community a reliable, safe, and high-quality transport service and infrastructure improvements are just one of the ways we plan to do so. We understand this work may have an impact on you and your neighbours and we appreciate your patience and understanding. The NSW Environmental Protection Authority and Local Council have been notified of these works.
How this affects you Noise, light and traffic impact •
These works will generate periodic noise on 3 and 4 January from 10pm to 5am. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause. The works are taking place overnight because one lane on the City West Link is required to close for safety reasons, and Road Occupancy Licence requirements dictate that this happens outside of peak traffic hours in order to minimise disruptions.
Floodlights will be used during the work period, but directed away from residential areas.
Residents and retailers can expect to hear periodic noise associated with electric chainsaws.
Further information During the associated closure of the Light Rail network from 1-15 January, further activities will take place in the Lilyfield area, including: •
Increased usage of the Brenan St light rail access gate by Transdev Sydney and our partners. We’ve provided a separate notification about these works for your information.
Works associated with the CBD and South East Light Rail (CSELR) network at the Lilyfield depot. You may have received an email notification from the NSW government about these works. For more information visit www.sydneylightrail.com.au.
Contact us For work information transdevsydney.com.au For enquires and feedback 131 500
Published on Dec 19, 2017