City Access and Transport Executive Manager
Residents, workers and visitors have a right to enjoy safe streets within our local area, regardless of the time of day.
Public transport services and major roads in the local area are already running close to capacity, and at peak times, close to breaking point.
An integrated transport network needs to be put in place now to create a sustainable city and accommodate the high growth in residents, workers and visitors to the local area in the future. We are lobbying the state government to deliver stronger public transport links in our area. The south east light rail and Sydney Metro are important projects, but more needs to be done.
Connecting our city is a 25-year integrated transport and land use strategy which will help us plan for central Sydney’s future. The plan includes statistics that reinforce why the local area needs better public transport options. You can download the summary report below.
The connecting our city summary report is a supporting document to our environmental strategy, which is our most up-to-date set of environmental targets and actions.
There are many environmentally friendly transport options available in our area.
As part of our vision to be a more sustainable city, we encourage residents, visitors and workers to choose greener options when commuting.
Strategies & action plansEnvironmental strategy 2021-2025Published 27 July 2021
Surveys, case studies & reportsOn the Go: How women travel around our cityPublished 30 June 2020
Strategies & action plansLiveable green networkPublished 30 May 2011
Surveys, case studies & reportsInner Sydney Regional Bicycle Network: Demand assessment and economic appraisalPublished 15 April 2010
Surveys, case studies & reportsNational Cycling Participation Survey 2019Published 1 December 2019
Strategies & action plansCycling strategy and action planPublished 12 November 2018
Public health & safety programsStreet safety cameras
Improving streets & public spacesBuilding a safe bike networkIn progress