Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link


Project overview

The Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link (SCATL) is a pedestrian and bicycle path between Sutherland and Cronulla to help make walking and bike riding a more convenient, safer and enjoyable transport option.

Key benefits

  • Connection to key destinations such as transport interchanges, schools, residential areas and business precincts
  • Significant environmental and health benefits, encouraging people to walk or cycle in the area for fun or exercise
  • Provides a practical alternative to the car for short trips will reduce local traffic congestion
In progress

Overview of SCATL project stages

February 2024 update

See further information on upcoming project work in the new update (PDF, 3.16 MB).

Design and investigation work continues for Stage 2 West and a preferred route is expected to be ready for public display and consultation in 2024.

SCATL Stage 3 is currently in the early planning and design stage.

Please see below photos of completed work for SCATL 2 East.

Keep in touch

Community input will continue to play an important part in the successful delivery of this project. We encourage local residents, schools, businesses and active transport groups to stay engaged and provide feedback as the project progresses.

If you would like to talk to a member of the team specifically about the Stage 2 East construction, please contact the team at Sydney Civil on:

Phone: 1300 997 858 (including urgent requests and construction related issues 24 hours)

or email:

For general information, to join the mailing list or requests about other stages of the project, email the Transport project team at: 


Community and work notifications

Project documents

Project history

Stage 1 opened in April 2020, delivering a 1.3km Active Transport Link between Sutherland and Kirrawee.

The Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for Stage 1 was on display from between 15 October to 2 November 2018. Planning approval was received in December 2018. The Determination Report provides responses to issues raised in submissions made during the exhibition period, and outlines the conditions of approval.

From the 19th April until 17th May 2021, Transport for NSW sought feedback from the community on the early concept design. A Facebook Livestream was held on Thursday 22 April to answer question and hear what others had to say about the project.This event was recorded, and is available for viewing via the Facebook event. Additionally, 2 community drop in sessions were held on 26 April and 5 May 2021.

To learn more about the proposed route option, see the SCATL Stage 2 Have your say April 2021 (PDF, 2.64 MB) document or the Frequently Asked Questions SCATL Stage 2 (PDF, 379.96 KB) document. These also available in the community notifications section at the bottom of this page.


Please note: There is a short disruption with the video which resumes.