I found this image from 1997, it is a map of the Sydney Light Rail network and what it could of looked liked. Is there anybody who knows more information about this project?
Inner West Light Rail: This was opened in 2000. Glebe is Bridge Road, and Lilyfield is Catherine Street.
City Loop Light Rail: This never started construction, if it did open: The line on George Street would have never opened.
The line goes on Pitt Street, Alfred Street, Young Street, Bent Street, Bligh Street, and Castlereagh Street.
These are all of the stops:
Campbell Street: Would of been right next to the Capital Theater. Would of been a waste, as it is only about 70 meters away from Capital Square.
World Square: You could change for the Monorail, and go to The Metro Theater. In fact, until Market Street, the monorail would be above you. Again, it would of been a waste.
Park Street: You can change here for the Monorail, and for trains at Town Hall. Again, it would of been a waste.
Market Street: There is a lot of things to do here, Sydney Tower Eye, State Theater, QVB, and more! Would of still had been a waste, as the monorail was on Pitt Street.
Martin Place: It's, well, Martin Place. It would of still been a waste, as because the trains went to Martin Place from Central. There were even plans to extend the Monorail to Martin Place!
Stock Exchange: Just before Bridge Street. It would of been at.... well..... the Stock Exchange! You can also go to the Opal Museum. It would of sort of been a waste as well.
Circular Quay: Would of been between Loftus Street and Young Street. You can go out and do EVERYTHING Circular Quay has to offer! Would have been one of the least wasteful stops in the whole line!
Bligh Street: Not that much around, but there is not that much transport. So it would be less of a waste.
MLC Centre: Named after the aforementioned shopping mall. Nearby another tram stop. So it is a bit of a waste.
Skygarden: Named after the aforementioned retail development. Skygarden has since closed down. It is not as much of a waste than others.
Hyde Park Square: It seems to be a very lonely stop, furthest from the others. Mostly for people who wish to go to Hyde Park. It is a bit of a waste.
Downing Centre: Named after the aforementioned courthouse. You can also change for trains at Museum, go to the ANZAC Memorial, and go to the Goulburn Street Car Park.
Overall, I like anything new or old, so I would be happy. But not everyone would, as it would be a waste in the end, unless if the Monorail closed about 2 years after this line would of opened. Do you guys have any opinions or more information on this?