The light rail construction schedule has now been released. I was asked by the Daily Telegraph to comment about disruptions to business along the construction route. http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/light-rail-will-cause-year-of-disruption/story-fni0cx12-1227372370192
Yesterday I appeared on Steve Price’s show on 2GB to talk about plans to introduce new bike paths. To listen, click here.
Shadow Minister for Transport Ryan Park has renewed calls for Transport for NSW (TfNSW) to release the construction schedule of the CBD and South East Light Rail. The project, which is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in the world, is set to begin around this Spring and will have a major affect on traffic […]
My comments about the impact of light rail construction in The Daily Telegraph – read more
See my comments about small business concerns with the light rail construction on George Street during Channel 7 news last night. https://au.news.yahoo.com/nsw/video/watch/27845142/deep-concerns-over-george-st-light-rail/#page1
Hear my comment about the City of Sydney City Farm at Sydney Park during an interview on Radio 2UE, 12 May 2015 http://www.2ue.com.au/news/whats-the-point-of-an-urban-farm-in-inner-sydney-20150512-ggzkv6.html
The CBD and South East Light Rail has moved forward this week despite its construction schedule remaining unfinished. Read more.
THE Sydney Chinese New Year Festival’s flagship parade could be cancelled in 2016 and no replacement event has yet been planned, the festival’s organising committee chairman says. Read more
The construction of the contentious CBD light rail could threaten businesses on Sydney’s George Street. The light rail, which will run from Circular Quay to Kingsford, begins construction in September despite previous plans to begin next week. During construction, parts of George Street will be closed and foot traffic is set to drastically decrease, prompting […]
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas said that countless small businesses, community and religious groups, conference facilities and theatres in the City of Sydney may be totally unaware of the impending changes to wireless spectrum on 1 January 2015 that are the result of spectrum clearing activities following the shutdown of analogue TV. ‘It certainly came as news […]