Huntleys Point Wharf open for commuters

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Huntleys Point Wharf has re-opened after a major upgrade to improve comfort and safety for public transport customers, Minister for…

Huntleys Point Wharf has re-opened after a major upgrade to improve comfort and safety for public transport customers, Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian said today.

The new $4.9 million wharf includes a covered pontoon, wind protection, new seating and improved access, making it easier for customers to use ferry services.

“Huntleys Point Wharf is another project delivered through the $770 million Transport Access Program, providing modern, accessible and safe transport facilities across all modes of public transport,” Ms Berejiklian said.

“Customers will now enjoy a more comfortable and safer wharf, with covered pontoon and new seating.

“The modern design will also make berthing easier and safer for ferries.

“Travelling by ferry on Sydney Harbour is a unique transport asset we have in this city and this upgrade is an important project to ensure this mode of transport remains safe, modern and easy for people to access.”

There are more than 60 projects underway as part of the Transport Access Program.