Annandale NSW Australia -33.8814; 151.1707
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Self Guided Illustrated Historical Walks
Each book in this series is a self guided historical walk through Annandale. Each walk explores the people and construction of Annandale. Each book covers two decades of Annandales History a hundred years apart. The first book in the series, 1890s Annandale: A Short Walk, covers the 1790s and 1890s.
Annandale Village Newsagent
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NSW Metropolitan Transport Plan (Feb 2010)
Premier Kristina Keneally releasing the Metropolitan Transport Plan: Connecting the City of Cities. February 21, 2010 announced: "The NSW Cabinet decided to:
- Stop work on the $5 billion Stage 1 CBD Metro;
- Reallocate resources and funding to a range of other projects and transport
plans over the next 10 years;
- Move swiftly to support the tenderers for the major construction contracts
affected by the decision to stop the CBD Metro – saying they would be
reimbursed for reasonable costs incurred; and
- Put processes in place to assist property owners and tenants who have
incurred legal, valuation and other costs relating to property acquisition."
and affecting Annandale...
$500 million expansion of the current light rail system (Road works and infrastructure;
4.1 kilometres of light rail from Circular Quay via Barangaroo to Haymarket; and 5.6 kilometres of light rail from Lilyfield to Dulwich Hill.
- Improvements to bus services – costing $2.9 billion – which includes: Roll out of 1,000 new buses in Strategic Bus Corridors in Sydney, Newcastle,Wollongong and the Central Coast; Bus priority measures such as GPS traffic light priority; and New STA and private bus depots.
- Creation of Sydney Metropolitan Development Authority to drive future
transit-oriented development and urban renewal.
- $158 million in cycleways – completing many of the city’s high priority missing
- More than $400 million in commuter car parks; and
- $57 million Commuter Infrastructure Fund for local transport partnerships –
such as improved and easy access for people with disabilities and more
awnings and shelters at rail stations;
Request for Comment
"The NSW Government is keen to hear your views and comments on the Metropolitan Transport Plan." more at www.nsw.gov.au/shapeyourstate
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