Video animation showing what the CBD and South East Light Rail will look like along Anzac Parade at Moore Park, including the new Moore Park stop.
Barangaroo Ferry Hub delivery at White Bay
Watch as two 280-tonne pontoons are delivered to White Bay ahead of the new Barangaroo Ferry Hub.
Wynyard Walk animation
Wynyard Walk will link Wynyard Station to Barangaroo, allowing 20,000 pedestrian movements every hour.
Tree relocation in Randwick
Watch as one of 11 trees on Wansey Road in Randwick is carefully removed for replanting as part of the light rail project. The trees are being relocated to a nursery to be planted back along the light rail route when construction is complete.
Transforming Wynyard: time-lapse
This time-lapse video shows how Sydney’s third busiest train station stays open while under construction. The concourse was transformed over four weeks to keep the pedestrian corridors open while work continued behind hoarding.
Exciting changes due for Wynyard Station
From February 20, we'll start unveiling some exciting changes to Wynyard Station as part of recent upgrade works.
George Street swing tests for loading docks.
Before light rail construction began, swept path tests were conducted on George Street to test the ability of different sized trucks to safely access loading docks.
Sydney Light Rail Service Investigation Work - Nov 2014
A 24-hour timelapse of Sydney Light Rail service investigation works at George Street and Goulburn Street.
Bus vs pedestrian along George Street
Watch as a pedestrian and a bus travel down George Street from World Square to Grosvenor Street during rush hour.
It's #BackToTheFuture Day
Strap yourself in for a little time travel. Take a ride up George Street in this video from 1906.
Some people have asked why we are building light rail through the CBD
Before we moved the buses off George Street, we documented the reality for customers.
George Street pop-up space for Christmas shoppers
Hot Potato Band bringing some 'uptown funk' to the George Street pop-up space for Christmas shoppers