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Parramatta Stadium Rebuild and other stuff


I say that without having read the article…
Yep, the article goes into that. Speeds in the CBD's are obviously slower than in the suburbs due to more pedestrian and vehicular traffic and interestingly speeds in Melb. and Sydney CBD areas are similar. Driver compliance (i.e. don't prang the tram, man!) also plays a part. There is a claim in the article that adherance to timetables also plays a part due to penalties on operators if they do not maintain the agreed SLA.


Post Whore
Poor old TigePies can't get anything right.
Such a great development yet this has been going on for over 10 years.

Rozelle Village, Balmain Leagues Club redevelopment in jeopardy after Heworth and Transport NSW dispute
dec 20 Urban
The matter returns to the NSW Land and Environment Court for a Directions Hearing on February 5 2024.

Developer Heworth were all set to take their Rozelle Village development to the market, having secured development approval twice and put together everything they would need to market the project.

However a clash with Transport NSW is putting the development, on the site of the former Balmain Leagues Club, in jeopardy.
Heworth, the landowner, is out of pocket millions of dollars over the intentionally protracted compulsory acquisition and later rescission
of the site by Transport for NSW for the Western Harbour Tunnel project.

The leasehold acquisition, which was for a seven-year construction lease, took place in October 2021 and was rescinded less than a year into the lease term.

“This is a prime example of Transport for NSW’s exploitation and abuse of its unfettered powers and manipulation of legislative deficiencies.
It’s disgraceful and we are, unfortunately, one of hundreds of similar acquisition cases gone wrong,” he said.


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