Sydney City Centre Access Strategy released
Our city centre is key to global Sydney, generating $70 billion of economic activity each year.
More than 630,000 trips are made to the city centre each weekday – expected to grow by about 150,000 trips a day by 2031.
Efficient access to and within our city centre is critical to securing a vibrant, competitive global Sydney in the future.
The Sydney City Centre Access Strategy gets our city centre moving, addresses growth and will lead to increased investment for our future.
It is a plan of action to put the right mode in the right place in the city centre, cut congestion and support a globally competitive Sydney.
To develop the Access Strategy, Transport for NSW has carried out extensive studies for each part of the city centre and taken into account public submissions to the NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan.
View and download the Sydney City Centre Access Strategyread more
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