The North West Rail Link Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) 1 examines major construction work including tunnelling, underground station excavation and major above ground construction, including the Skytrain.  The EIS outlines the impacts of construction on the local community and, more importantly, how they will be managed.

Submissions can be made electronically to the Department of Planning and Infrastructure by going to and following the “On Exhibition” links.  The Environmental Impact Statement is on display for 48 days until Monday 21 May, and public submissions are due by that date.

A second EIS will be released providing details of the train station designs.

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