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Dashboard: A city supported by infrastructure

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A city supported by infrastructureInfrastructure
A collaborative cityCollaboration
A city for peoplePeople
Housing the cityHousing
A city of great placesPlaces
A well connected cityConnected
Jobs and skills for the cityJobs
A city in its landscapeLandscape
An efficient cityEfficiency
A resilient cityResilience

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Providing adequate infrastructure to support population growth is essential to creating strong communities. One mechanism to better align growth with infrastructure is the growth infrastructure compact which would assess the nature, level and timing of infrastructure required for an area in light of its forecast housing and employment growth, including analysis of growth scenarios. This approach would demonstrate the correlation between growth and infrastructure, such as public transport, schools and open space, to allow for timely integration and more effective expenditure on infrastructure by location. The sequencing, optimising and adaptability of infrastructure are also considered as part of managing infrastructure delivery with growth.

The structure plan brings together elements of A Metropolis of Three Cities - the Greater Sydney Region Plan and Future Transport 2056, demonstrating the integration of land use and transport.

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NOTE: Committed projects of: Western Harbour Tunnel & Beaches Link, F6 - WestConnex to President Avenue Kogarah, Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 and Sydney Metro West are subject to final business case, no investment decision yet. Routes and stops for some transport corridors/projects are indicative only.


NSW Government Mapping the Budget 2019-20

The Treasury: To enhance the transparency and accessibility of information underpinning the NSW Budget Papers, for the first time the NSW Government is providing key financial information in accessible Excel spreadsheets.

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Transport Infrastructure

Transport for NSW: Investments in transport infrastructure and service improvements with more than 700 significant projects that are either completed, in progress or planned and can be seen on the map where they have had most local impact.

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Education Infrastructure

Department of Education - School Infrastructure: The NSW Government is investing $6 billion over the next four years to deliver more than 170 new and upgraded schools to support communities across NSW.

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Health Infrastructure

Ministry of Health - Health Infrastructure: With over 90 projects underway, the NSW Government has committed more than $14.4 billion in infrastructure spending in Health over the forward capital program, Australia's largest portfolio of health capital works.

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