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Southern Courier 17 July 2011

about 6 years ago
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Making rail tracks for the future
17 July 2011
By Nick Moncrieff-Hill

?????LIGHT rail will go beyond the University of NSW and travel to the heart of Randwick under a new proposal from Randwick Council.

Randwick mayor Murray Matson has revealed hopes for the mass transit system being considered by the State Government.

It will snake up High St, on to Belmore Rd and back to Anzac Pde via Alison Rd.

The new route being spruiked by the University of NSW and the Australian Turf Club, as well as council, will be examined in a $300,000 feasibility study, which will be submitted to the State Government for its final decision.

Read more: http://southern-courier.whereilive.com.au/news/story/making-rail-tracks-for-the-future/

 

This consultation has concluded. This website was operational from 2011 to 2014 as a means to consult the community and show the benefits of light rail in Randwick City. The NSW Government will start construction on the CBD and South East Light Rail project after April 2015. For updates on construction refer to the Sydney Light Rail website: http://www.sydneylightrail.transport.nsw.gov.au/latest/current-works  

Randwick City Council continues to consult the local community about ways to reduce the impact of the construction of light rail in Randwick City. Future consultations will be conducted through our special consultation websitewww.yoursayrandwick.com.au.