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Situated within the Greater Sydney Metropolitan Area, the Western Parkland City (WPC) occupies a significant position poised for profound transformation. The area accounts for 65 per cent of Greater Sydney, encompassing eight Local Government Areas (LGAs).
It’s anticipated the WPC will evolve into a thriving hub for more than 1.4 million residents by the year 2036 and that it will host 150,000 local businesses and generate employment opportunities for more than 420,000 people. It will also be home to Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport, which is due to begin operations in 2026.
Recognising the importance of accessibility and robust transport infrastructure in this rapidly evolving region, the Western Parkland City Authority appointed RPS to undertake an accessibility study for the area to help inform its decision-making and investment strategy.
The index’s core purpose is to provide a framework to evaluate and address challenges related to accessibility and connectivity, thereby enabling well-informed decisions during the initial stages of transport and land use development initiatives.
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