ANOTHER bay run could soon be coming to the inner west under plans for a walking, running and cycling route around Homebush Bay.
WPPS gets a mention at the very bottom of the article.
The government will spend $6 billion on schools infrastructure to ease overcrowding and cope with ballooning enrolments.
Update from Landcom re the Peninsula Park.
This is being letter box dropped locally over the next few days.
Due to upgrade works to an irrigation line along a section of Louise Sauvage Pathway detour will be in place directing pedestrians and cyclists around the works.
Route 533 from Sydney Olympic Park to Chatswood via Wentworth Point will start operating during weekdays and on weekends, instead of only during peak periods.
The 2018-19 NSW Budget will provide $15.6 million for extra bus services in areas where people need them the most.
Commuters will get thousands of more services in the inner west, eastern suburbs and western suburbs.
Nothing hits you like Origin at The Brewery Be part of true blue Origin excitement at our Live Blues site at The Brewery Bar + Kitchen at Sydney Olympic Park. Watch the live broadcast of the Holden State of Origin series on our live outdoor screen from the comfort of a bean bag or stool in our beer….
Wentworth Point Community Central added a new photo.
Hot off the press! WPCC news is in the link below.
Latest News 29/05/18 Parklands User Survey 29/05/18 I’m still waiting for more info on the Baylink Shuttle, but Billbergia has confi… 25/05/18 Olympic Park now houses a contender for Australia’s worst roundabout 24/05/18 Is this Australia’s worst roundabout? 22/05/18 Wentworth Point Communit…
I’m still waiting for more info on the Baylink Shuttle, but Billbergia has confirmed that it will continue for the time being. The VPA is still being considered. I will update when I get more details.
Hi All, the Wentworth Point Public School online raffle is now live. Please help by purchasing tickets and sharing with friends and family in the community.
The dastardly roundabout is even getting UK press.
Sydney’s Olympic Park is home to a roundabout described as the worst in the country. It was installed last year but it seems nobody knows how to use it.
Quite a comprehensive article on the roundabout
IT’S one of Sydney’s prime tourist spots with concerts and events occurring constantly, luring thousands every week. Not to mention a range of attractions, sporting facilities and 430 hectares of parklands.
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Latest News 22/05/18 3:05pm today – ABC Radio, James Valentine interview with Bronwyn Evans on the da… 22/05/18 After three years, still no master plan for Sydney Olympic Park 21/05/18 Luke Foley letter re buses 21/05/18 Parklands User Survey 21/05/18 White Label Online Survey Software | Researc…
Here’s a link to the ABC interview. It’s the whole James Valentine show. Key timings are:
1:00:15 – start of discussion on the roundabout
1:02:26 – lead in to SOP masterplan
1:03:10 to 1:07:06 – Interview with Bronwyn Evans
Then various callers
1:11:10 to 1:15:30 – Back to Bronwyn for discussion beyond the roundabout
Then various callers, including James who uses it every day
1:17 to 1:19 – Back to Bronwyn
1:22:26 – Funny bit on “the Magic Roundabout”
No one looks at the world quite like James Valentine
3:05pm today – ABC Radio, James Valentine interview with Bronwyn Evans on the dastardly Australia Ave roundabout. The interview arose from today’s SMH about the SOP Masterplan.
Olympic Park plan still on backburner
The difficulty of organising decent transport seems to be the main reason.
Don’t we know that!
The reason for failure to settle on a master plan for Olympic Park is the difficulty of organising decent transport.
Luke Foley letter re buses
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