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South East Sydney Transport Strategy

South East Sydney Transport Strategy


The South East Sydney Transport Strategy (the Strategy) provides a blueprint for transforming the way people travel to, within and through South East Sydney to 2056.

The Strategy articulates Future Transport 2056 at a regional level and sets out the medium and long term integrated transport and land use plan for South East Sydney from 2026 to 2056.

It covers an area encompassing the Eastern Suburbs to the south of Bondi Junction, extending north to Central Station, west to the T4 Illawarra rail line and south to include Rockdale and Brighton Le Sands.

The Strategy has been developed collaboratively with councils, Sydney Airport, NSW Ports, Port Authority of NSW, other NSW Government agencies, and the University of NSW. The Strategy identifies a Preferred Scenario of rail, bus, bike, road and policy initiatives for further investigation and investment decisions.

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