See what changes have occurred in Sydney City Centre since 2013.
We are focused on improving our customer’s experience and delivering customer focused transport solutions
Major developments will continue to evolve the landscape of the Sydney city centre, which will require residents and visitors to prepare for further changes and disruption.
Sydney is experiencing an unprecedented construction of new buildings and transport infrastructure and traffic impacts from construction are at a significant level.
See how the components of Travel Demand management – capacity creation, network monitoring and Travel Choices help support the changes in the city centre.
Since 2013, a number of transport initiatives and projects have been completed in response to the changing city centre.
A new approach to Transport Coordination during the transformation of Sydney.
See how Travel Choices has changed the way people move in and out of the Sydney City Centre.
The completion of the Opal card roll out has allowed customers to enjoy smooth and uncomplicated travel between modes.
In recent years, apps have been developed to provide a great way to stay informed when making trips to and within the city centre.
See how the Sydney City Centre Access Plan considers the initiatives set out by both the City of Sydney and the Greater Sydney Commission.
It is important for customers to remain informed about the future and to have a government prepared for such changes, to ensure efficiency and safety for all users of the city centre.
See how transport contributes to the development of a liveable city and the importance of ensuring transport spaces enhance the local amenity which supports personal and community wellbeing.
Visitors play an important role in the landscape of the city centre and the transport system needs to cater for the visitor demands across all city precincts.
The role of transport plays an important part of successful placemaking.
The Movement and Place framework identifies how places can function in a way that provides for people, as well as facilitating mass movement corridors.
Urban streets play an important role in ‘Movement and Place’ functions.
We are working with the NSW Government and councils in the Sydney Metropolitan area to make walking and cycling a more convenient, safer and enjoyable transport option.
A liveable city ensures the safety of all users; including pedestrians, vehicle drivers and bicycle riders.
Sydney’s night time economy is influenced by the availability of transport options, to ensure safe and efficient access, to and from the city centre
Clear signage is important to provide easy to follow visual messages and make public transport easier for customers to use.
The movement of people is an element of a productive city and is always under evaluation by us to improve efficiency across the network.
Interchanges between modes of public transport form a key aspect in movement of people throughout the city centre.
Freight and servicing includes the delivery of goods (freight) and the provision of business/trade related activities (servicing) to support businesses and individuals.
Key transport initiatives are well underway to facilitate the idea of a 30-minute city.
Encouraging more use of the public transport network is a significant step in increasing personal and community sustainability.
We are working towards building a fully integrated transport system in the Sydney city centre that will make it easier and provide more options for our customers to move around Sydney.
The city centre will be under transformation over the next few years, creating more demand on the transport network – see what projects will help meet future demand.
Fully integrated and network based systems will improve the resilience of the transport system and offer customers a greater choice of public transport options.
Transport demands in the city centre are increasing, with a growth in freight, construction and general road users, including drivers, cyclists, pedestrians and public transport users.
Transport networks across Sydney are transitioning from radial networks to network based systems.
Light rail is increasingly becoming a key element of the Sydney city centre transport network, providing customers with comfortable, reliable and sustainable transport.
For many areas of the city centre, walking is the most convenient mode of.
The bus network continues to be reviewed and refined to support customer travel patterns, and to integrate with new transport investments and development projects.
Sydney Trains carries the largest share of travel demand to the Sydney city centre - increasing the capacity of the rail network is crucial.
A fully integrated cycleway network will support the growth in cycling and provide safer and prioritised active transport options for customers
Ferries play an important role as part of an integrated transport network to connect Manly, Inner Harbour and Parramatta River areas with the city centre.
Coaches and their movements through the city centre have been examined to ensure they are utilising the network effectively.
Point to point transport, such as taxi’s and ride share operators, provide flexible, convenient options for customers.
Kerbside lanes are used for bus stops, taxi ranks, loading zones, coach pick-up or layover, mobility parking and short-stay, multi-use parking.