The Liberal-National Government is committed to building the infrastructure that NSW needs to support the growing population of our global city and our prosperous regions. Over the next 15 years, NSW will require infrastructure to support 40% more train trips, 30% more car trips, and 31% more households. That is why we are investing $68.6 billion to build better public transport and roads, modern schools and hospitals, and renewed sports and cultural infrastructure.
We are embarking on a massive infrastructure building boom right across NSW. Our roads and transports projects with transform the way we get to and from work and our children get to and from school, and our health and education infrastructure projects will provide the world-class services that NSW deserves in our cities and our regions.
The Liberal-National Government has embarked on the largest infrastructure program in Australia, investing $80 billion on new economic infrastructure over the next four years.
The strategy sets out the government’s priorities for the next 20 years while bringing together infrastructure investment and land-use planning for our cities and regions.
By 2056, Greater Sydney will be a metropolis of ‘three cities’ – an Eastern Harbour City, Central River City and Western Parkland City. Residents will be able to access jobs and services within 30 minutes. Newcastle, Wollongong and Gosford will be important economic hubs with key transport and freight gateways, and strong service-based industries.
Communities will grow around a hub-and-spoke network of economic regions, linked by key freight and service routes to markets and suppliers in major cities. They will focus on their competitive advantage in agriculture, mining, primary resource manufacturing and the visitor economy.