The NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan (LTTMP) was released in 2012. It sets the direction for transport planning in NSW and provides a framework for transport policy and investment decisions.
The Master Plan was developed based on a sound body of evidence stemming from months of detailed research and was informed by public consultation and advice from transport experts.
Implementation of the LTTMP is well advanced with the vast majority of actions either complete or underway.
- NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan Annual Update 2013
- NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan Annual Update 2014
Supporting plans and strategies
The LTTMP is supported by a number of detailed regional transport plans, modal plans and access strategies.
Regional transport plans
- Central Coast Regional Transport Plan
- Central West Regional Transport Plan
- Hunter Regional Transport Plan
- Illawarra Regional Transport Plan
- Mid North Coast Regional Transport Plan
- Murray-Murrumbidgee Regional Transport Plan
- New England North West Regional Transport Plan
- Northern Rivers Regional Transport Plan
- Southern Regional Transport Plan
- Western Regional Transport Plan
- Sydney's Rail Future
- Sydney's Bus Future
- Sydney's Ferry Future
- Sydney's Light Rail Future
- Sydney’s Cycling Future - Sydney’s Cycling Future presents the direction in how we plan, prioritise and provide for cycling in Sydney. It supports the change in culture we are seeing in Sydney with more people choosing to ride a bike for transport.
- Sydney’s Walking Future - The actions set out in Sydney’s Walking Future will make walking the transport choice for quick trips under two kilometres and will help people access public transport.