Our Shire Transport 2030

Consultation has concluded

An Integrated Land Use and Transport Strategy - "Our Shire Transport 2030" is being prepared to provide a frame work from which the current and future transport needs of the Sutherland Shire can be better planned, coordinated and resourced.The strategy will include a range of short, medium and long term initiatives that are responsive to the challenges of urban growth and land use change and sensitive to a balanced economic, social and environmental outcome.



An Integrated Land Use and Transport Strategy - "Our Shire Transport 2030" is being prepared to provide a frame work from which the current and future transport needs of the Sutherland Shire can be better planned, coordinated and resourced.The strategy will include a range of short, medium and long term initiatives that are responsive to the challenges of urban growth and land use change and sensitive to a balanced economic, social and environmental outcome.



Consultation has concluded
  • Our Shire Transport 2030 Update March 2016

    over 3 years ago

    An extensive and detailed review was undertaken by Council staff of the preliminary draft report. The various comments and issues raised are being addressed by the project consultants who are now preparing the draft report for community consultation. Further information about the projects progress will be posted in due course.

    An extensive and detailed review was undertaken by Council staff of the preliminary draft report. The various comments and issues raised are being addressed by the project consultants who are now preparing the draft report for community consultation. Further information about the projects progress will be posted in due course.

  • Project Update November 2015

    almost 4 years ago

    The review by Council staff of the preliminary draft Our Shire Transport 2030 report is still ongoing. With December and the holiday period looming quickly and allowing sufficient time to prepare the final draft report, the community consultation phase has been deferred to late January / early February.



    The review by Council staff of the preliminary draft Our Shire Transport 2030 report is still ongoing. With December and the holiday period looming quickly and allowing sufficient time to prepare the final draft report, the community consultation phase has been deferred to late January / early February.



  • Update for "Our Transport 2030"

    about 4 years ago

    Preparation of the "Our Shire Transport 2030" strategy is progressing. Further work has been required to include the recent release of new travel and demographic data for the Sutherland Shire. This has resulted in some delays in the project to incorporate the new data but will now provide a more up to date and better informed strategy.

    A preliminary draft report has been prepared and is being reviewed by Council staff which will be completed shortly. At this stage it is anticipated that the draft strategy could be available for Community Consultation in November.

    Preparation of the "Our Shire Transport 2030" strategy is progressing. Further work has been required to include the recent release of new travel and demographic data for the Sutherland Shire. This has resulted in some delays in the project to incorporate the new data but will now provide a more up to date and better informed strategy.

    A preliminary draft report has been prepared and is being reviewed by Council staff which will be completed shortly. At this stage it is anticipated that the draft strategy could be available for Community Consultation in November.

  • Update Preparation of Draft "Our Shire Transport 2030"

    over 4 years ago

    The preparation of the Draft "Our Shire Transport 2030" is progressing and now likely to be made available for community comment in late June early July 2015. Much of the background and supporting data has now been compiled and is being integrated into the report. The data compiled and feedback arising from the key stakeholder meetings will be used to inform the range of actions proposed in the draft strategy. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.

    The preparation of the Draft "Our Shire Transport 2030" is progressing and now likely to be made available for community comment in late June early July 2015. Much of the background and supporting data has now been compiled and is being integrated into the report. The data compiled and feedback arising from the key stakeholder meetings will be used to inform the range of actions proposed in the draft strategy. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.

  • Draft Our Shire Transport 2030 - Release for Community Comment expected May 2015

    over 4 years ago

    Following two stakeholder workshops with key Government and Community representatives a draft Integrated Land Use and Transport Strategy "Our Shire Transport 2030" for the Sutherland Shire is being prepared by transport consultants GHD. It is expected that the draft strategy will be made available for community comment and feedback in May.

    During the workshops a range of issues were raised and opportunities identified that aim to improve the way we will get around the Sutherland Shire in the next 15 to 20 years. Key themes focused on strengthening urban centres and activity zones, increasing active transport use (cycling and walking),...

    Following two stakeholder workshops with key Government and Community representatives a draft Integrated Land Use and Transport Strategy "Our Shire Transport 2030" for the Sutherland Shire is being prepared by transport consultants GHD. It is expected that the draft strategy will be made available for community comment and feedback in May.

    During the workshops a range of issues were raised and opportunities identified that aim to improve the way we will get around the Sutherland Shire in the next 15 to 20 years. Key themes focused on strengthening urban centres and activity zones, increasing active transport use (cycling and walking), strengthening public transport use and providing more efficient roads and reducing parking congestion. Various potential actions were noted, discussed and evaluated using specific criteria that will be incorporated into the draft strategy.