The Northern Beaches Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is another step closer with the NSW Government unveiling details of the new network called the B-Line.
Expected to be up and running by late 2017, services on the new 27 kilometre bus rapid transit network will include…
SHOROC has thanked the NRMA for today supporting the long running campaign to ‘get the northern beaches moving’, and called on it to get behind the plans already agreed and underway in partnership between the NSW Government and councils. read more about SHOROC’s response to the NRMA’s proposals and what the major priorities are for the region here…
Candidates for the NSW Elections have provided detailed responses to SHOROC on their commitments for the region.
Business and councils are calling on government to commit to including a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route from Dee Why to Chatswood in the Northern Beaches Transport Plan to reduce congestion and create local jobs.
Congestion is hurting local businesses, meaning loss of local jobs and putting pressure on future job creation.
SHOROC supports the NSW Government’s Northern Beaches Transport Action Plan, which includes $633 million for a Mona Vale to the city Bus Rapid Transit, Warringah Road upgrades and feasibility studies for a Northern Beaches tunnel.
“The missing pieces of the Northern Beaches Transport Plan that are key to addressing this congestion are a Warringah Road Bus Rapid Transit route and progressing the tunnel linking the region with the CBD.”
Members of the NSW Business Chamber in the Sydney North region are also calling for a Warringah Road Bus Rapid Transit route that will allow them to get on with growing their businesses.
It’s time to get the Northern Beaches and North Shore moving and SHOROC is calling local candidates for the NSW Election to demonstrate how they plan to fix the transport woes of the region. Our councils have agreed the major regional priorities, including…
Record transport and health funding for the SHOROC region was a hot topic of discussion at the meeting of NSW Members of Parliament and Mayors from Sydney’s Northern Beaches and North Shore.
“Today is a fantastic day for the northern beaches and north shore,” said SHOROC President and Pittwater Mayor Cr Jacqueline Townsend, welcoming the NSW Government’s $633 million Northern Beaches Transport Action Plan.
Councils are calling for residents and businesses of the Northern Beaches and Mosman to stand up and voice their support for better public transport at a public forum being held on the planned Bus Rapid Transit system (BRT). The Northern Beaches Bus Rapid Transit Forum will be held in Dee Why on 30 January […]
Planning for a Northern Beaches Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system was discussed at a meeting today between the NSW Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian MP, Manly MP and NSW Treasurer Mike Baird MP and the SHOROC Board of Mayors and General Managers representing Manly, Mosman Pittwater and Warringah councils. “The Transport Minister provided an update on […]
On Friday 24 September 2010 7 News Sydney featured a story about the transport priorities identified in the draft Shaping Our Future strategy. The story focussed on the Bus Rapid Transit systems from Mona Vale to an underground interchange at Neutral Bay and from Dee Why to Chatswood. View the Channel 7 news story here. […]