Integrated Transport Strategy

Going Places - an Integrated Transport Strategy is one of the key evidence-based strategies that will inform strategic planning for the next 20 years.

It is a high-level framework for evaluating detailed transport initiatives and land use planning that will help Council build our future transport network.



What is being proposed?

Council’s draft Integrated Transport Strategy will guide planning for how people move around the Inner West in the future. The draft Strategy proposes:

  • A transport hierarchy that puts people first
  • A set of values as the basis for future transport decisions
  • Priorities for future transport in the Inner West
  • Seven principles for transport in the Inner West
  • Seven key projects
  • Innovative ideas for the future


We invite you to view the draft Strategy and provide your feedback.


View the draft documents:



Have your say

Feedback closes Sunday 28 July 2019.


For accessibility support call 9392 5201

For translation, call TIS National 131450


What happens next?

The feedback received will be incorporated into the final strategy where possible and considered by the elected Council. All those who provided feedback will be advised of when the plan is considered by Council.

Going Places - an Integrated Transport Strategy is one of the key evidence-based strategies that will inform strategic planning for the next 20 years.

It is a high-level framework for evaluating detailed transport initiatives and land use planning that will help Council build our future transport network.



What is being proposed?

Council’s draft Integrated Transport Strategy will guide planning for how people move around the Inner West in the future. The draft Strategy proposes:

  • A transport hierarchy that puts people first
  • A set of values as the basis for future transport decisions
  • Priorities for future transport in the Inner West
  • Seven principles for transport in the Inner West
  • Seven key projects
  • Innovative ideas for the future


We invite you to view the draft Strategy and provide your feedback.


View the draft documents:



Have your say

Feedback closes Sunday 28 July 2019.


For accessibility support call 9392 5201

For translation, call TIS National 131450


What happens next?

The feedback received will be incorporated into the final strategy where possible and considered by the elected Council. All those who provided feedback will be advised of when the plan is considered by Council.

Integrated Transport Strategy survey 19/SF240

Tells us your thoughts on the draft Integrated Transport Strategy. Please try and be as specific as possible in your answer. 

Integrated Transport Strategy June 2019

Q1. The Strategy includes a vision for Transport in the Inner West (refer to page 30). To what extent do you agree with this vision?
Q2. The Strategy includes a set of values for Transport in the Inner West (refer to page 31). To what extent do you agree with these values?
Q3. The Strategy outlines the priorities for Transport in the Inner West (refer to page 32). To what extent do you agree with these priorities and their order?
Q4. The Strategy includes a set of seven principles for Transport in the Inner West (refer to page 33). To what extent do you agree with these principles?
Q5. Each principle includes a key project for Council to progress. To what extent do you agree with the seven key projects?
Q5. Each principle includes a key project for Council to progress. To what extent do you agree with the seven key projects? Strongly Somewhat Neither/Don't know Somewhat disagree Strongly disagree
Develop a Local Environmental Plan and Development Control Plan that support more active and sustainable transport
Reduce local street speed limits to 40 km/h as explained on page 41 of the Strategy
Revitalise Parramatta Road by directing through traffic to use City West Link or WestConnex, provide increased pedestrian space, cycle lanes and dedicated mass transit lanes as outlined on page 45-46 of the Strategy
Plan and build the Inner West Pedestrian and Cycling network as shown on page 50 and 52 of the Strategy
Work with the State Government to increase bus frequencies and services on key roads as shown on the grid bus network on page 60 of the Strategy
Increased support for efficient goods delivery as outlined on page 63 of the Strategy
Q6. Part 6 of the Strategy outlines a number of innovative ideas for the future. To what extent do you agree with the ideas (refer to plan on page 72)?
Q6. Part 6 of the Strategy outlines a number of innovative ideas for the future. To what extent do you agree with the ideas (refer to plan on page 72)? Strongly Somewhat Neither/don't know Somewhat disagree Strongly disagree
A north-south metro line through the Inner West
A metro station on the proposed Metro West line to link with the existing light rail line in the Leichhardt area
Using the future WestConnex tunnels for rapid public transport services
Providing a light rail bypass between Glebe and Exhibition Stations to shorten travel times to and from Central
Providing a rapid transit link between the Bays Precinct and Green Square via Camperdown and Newtown
Extending the Inner West GreenWay project and connecting it to a Green Grid

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