The future is now

Our vision for cities and regional NSW is of a connected roads and public transport network that has higher capacity and gives you the freedom to choose how and when you get around, no matter where you live or work.

To make this vision a reality, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today released Future Transport 2056. It comes after many months of consultation with our customers, the community, industry partners and staff. It’s focused on making trips faster, easier and safer.

It’s taken an enormous amount of work to develop the plans, led by the cross cluster Future Transport team. They've been out on the road visiting communities all over NSW to chat to the public about our plans. We received an incredible amount of feedback which has all helped to shape the final Strategy.

Thank you to the hundreds of staff across Transport who provided their feedback on the plans – whether by taking surveys, tuning in to livestream events, participating in workshops or ‘reacting’ to the draft plans on the website.

The Strategy was developed alongside the Greater Sydney Commission’s Greater Sydney Region Plan – A Metropolis of Three Cities and Infrastructure NSW’s State Infrastructure Strategy. This government-wide approach means we are integrating transport and land use planning to get the best outcomes for the people of NSW.

Visit the Future Transport website to see our exciting plans for NSW.


Our vision for cities and regional NSW is of a connected roads and public transport network that has higher capacity and gives you the freedom to choose how and when you get around, no matter where you live or work.

To make this vision a reality, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today released Future Transport 2056. It comes after many months of consultation with our customers, the community, industry partners and staff. It’s focused on making trips faster, easier and safer.

It’s taken an enormous amount of work to develop the plans, led by the cross cluster Future Transport team. They've been out on the road visiting communities all over NSW to chat to the public about our plans. We received an incredible amount of feedback which has all helped to shape the final Strategy.

Thank you to the hundreds of staff across Transport who provided their feedback on the plans – whether by taking surveys, tuning in to livestream events, participating in workshops or ‘reacting’ to the draft plans on the website.

The Strategy was developed alongside the Greater Sydney Commission’s Greater Sydney Region Plan – A Metropolis of Three Cities and Infrastructure NSW’s State Infrastructure Strategy. This government-wide approach means we are integrating transport and land use planning to get the best outcomes for the people of NSW.

Visit the Future Transport website to see our exciting plans for NSW.


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Page published: 22 March 2018, 09:49