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Sydney Light Rail or Sydney Tram is a light rail system serving Sydney New South Wales, Australia. Sydney CBD and South East Light Rail is a new light rail network for Sydney, currently under construction and some part due to open at the end of 2019 in December. The 12km CBD and South East Line consists of 19 stops from Circualr Quay along George Street to Central Station and through Surry Hills to Moore Park and then to Kensington and Kingsford via Anzac Parade and Randwick via Alison Road and High Street.

Sydney Light Rail also consists of a single line known as the Dulwich Hill Line. Sydney Tram or Sydney Light Rail operating as L1 Dulwich Hill Line is a 12.7km route that connects Sydney Central Station and Dulwich Hill. There are about 23 light rail/tram stops from Central Station to Dulwich Hill. It serves more than 9.7 million customers annually.


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Sydney Light Rail Lines / Route

Central To Dulwich Hills - L1

Circular Quay To Randwick & Kingsford - L2 & L3

Randwick Line - L2 Kingsford Line - L3
Royal Randwick ES Marks
Wansey Road Kensington
UNSW (Hight Street) UNSW (Anzac Parade)
Randwick Kingsford
Juniors Kingsford


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