Sydney Metro has released new images of the soon-to-be-completed Metro Martin Place Station, revealing progress made on the project’s centrepiece 40m tall atrium.

The atrium is an architectural feature and a source of natural light that will filter through to the metro platforms.

The northern entrances, where customers will access the atrium, will integrate transport, retail and commercial spaces, with public art featured throughout.

Image: Construction underway for Martin Pl. stations new atrium centrepiece. Photo: Sydney Metro.

Customers accessing the station through the northern entrance, from Castlereagh, Hunter and Elizabeth streets, will enter the atrium and travel down two sets of escalators to reach the metro platforms.

The escalators range in size from between 23m and 29m and each weigh between 19t and 22t.  

The project team has also started work to install finishes and fit out the station, including the installation of platform screen doors, ready for metro services to start through the city in 2024.

Image: An artist’s impression of the station once works are completed. Photo: Sydney Metro.

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