Western Distributor Road Network Improvements (from Anzac Bridge to the Sydney Harbour Bridge) Review of Environmental Factors

Rob Sharp Secretary, Transport for NSW 20-44 Ennis RdMilsons Point NSW 2061 Cc Trudi Mares, Deputy Secretary Greater SydneyCc Camilla Drover, Deputy Secretary, Infrastructure and Place Cc Simon Hunter, Chief Transport Planner, TfNSW Dear Rob Sharp, This is the WalkSydney submission on the Western Distributor Road Network Improvements (from Anzac Bridge to the Sydney Harbour Bridge) Review of Environmental Factors (Sep-Oct 2022). WalkSydneyContinue reading “Western Distributor Road Network Improvements (from Anzac Bridge to the Sydney Harbour Bridge) Review of Environmental Factors”

Objection to the removal of automated pedestrian crossings

  25th October 2022 WalkSydney Incorporated http://www.walksydney.org Level 4, 68 Wentworth Ave, Surry Hills NSW 2010 Rob StokesMinister for Cities Infrastructure and Active Transport 52 Martin PlaceSYDNEY NSW 2000 Cc Rob Sharp, Secretary, Transport for NSWCc Trudi Mares, Deputy Secretary Greater SydneyCc Camilla Drover, Deputy Secretary, Infrastructure and Place Cc Simon Hunter, Chief Transport Planner, TfNSW Dear Minister, We are writing to objectContinue reading “Objection to the removal of automated pedestrian crossings”

How to let Transport for NSW know we want automated pedestrian actuators …

A member writes in explaining how to  complain to Transport for New South Wales asking to have pedestrian push buttons automated due to the Coronavirus? Obviously, the more people who identify this, the better. Procedure: Go to the RMS website http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au, click: contact, click: online, click: make a complaint, click: roads, click: management, search: Sydney,Continue reading “How to let Transport for NSW know we want automated pedestrian actuators …”

A WalkSydney WalkUp – Third Organising Meeting

WalkSydney is holding an organisational meeting on Saturday, December 15 at 2 pm. If you are interested in attending, email us at walksydney1@gmail.com with your contact info, and we will let you know the location. Discussion items include, but are not limited to: Establishing formally, Developing media contacts, Reaching out to government, community groups, etcContinue reading “A WalkSydney WalkUp – Third Organising Meeting”

Complaining in NSW 101

This post was written by a friend of WalkSydney who works for local government, but wishes to remain anonymous. We want better environments and infrastructure for walking and cycling from our governments. Ordinary people like you and me can sometimes only get action on these issues from government by complaining. A little forewarning of howContinue reading “Complaining in NSW 101”

WalkSydney – Taking Sydney in Stride

Welcome to the home of WalkSydney, a group of people aiming to improve walking from Wollongong to Newcastle and from the Pacific to the Blue Mountains. We formed WalkSydney because we think the environment for walking in New South Wales can be better.  The issues we care about range from the operational: changing the signal fromContinue reading “WalkSydney – Taking Sydney in Stride”