Current Transport Tssues

  • The F3- M2 Connector – May 2012

This is a key priority for NSROC – see our recent publications

Missing Link and Missing Out – Executive Summary

PWC Supporting Research Report

Photo: NSROC Mayors on Pennant Hills Road L to R: Nick Berman (Hornsby); Jennifer Anderson (Ku-ring-gai); Susan Hoopmann (Hunter’s Hill); Win Gaffney (Lane Cove); and Pat Reilly (Willoughby).

  • The NSW Government’s Long Term Transport Master Plan – Discussion Paper 2012.

NSROC has been advocating for transport inprovements for the region. See our submission to the State Government made in April 2012.

NSROC Submission to NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan Discussion Paper


Transport is a critical issue for the Northern Sydney and improving public and private transport is essential to the social, economic and environmental sustainability of our region. In 2005 the Federal Government estimated the total cost of congestion to Sydney was around $3.5 billion each year and would rise to nearly $8 billion each year by 2020 if improvements were not made. NSROC top transport priorities  are:

  • North-West Rail or Metro link
  • Parramatta to Epping Rail link
  • Second Habrour bridge rail crossing and faster North Shore line
  • Bus or light rail link from Chatswood to Northern Beaches
  • Transport Strategies for Military-Spit Corridor, Victoria Road Pennant Hills road and the Pacific Highway
  • Completion of the M2-F3 link into the Sydney Orbital
  • Improved regional rail services to the Central Coast and Newcastle.

Latest posts and publications relating to transport in the NSROC region:

2010 – Reports and Press Releases

2009 – Reports and releases

Publications and issues – 2008 and earlier

NSROC Submission into the Integrated Transport Needs for Sydney’s North West Sector – October 2008  NSROC submitted a detailed analysis to the NSW Legislative Council’s General Purpose Standing Committee inquiry in October 2008. The submission and evidence given by NSROC at the inquiry clearly showed the urgent need for better public transport planning in the North West region.