Sydney Harbour Bridge precinct
Transport for NSW has a coordinated approach to the continuous improvement and maintenance of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
In all the work required to look after, improve and adapt the Sydney Harbour Bridge to the needs of a modern city, Transport for NSW is committed to preserving the beauty and character of the structure and its setting.
Urban design, traffic, pedestrian, public transport, safety and maintenance projects all work together to support an average of 204 trains, 160,435 vehicles and 1,900 bikes per day (based on September 2010 traffic count figures).
Transport for NSW continues to update customers on work being carried out on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Conservation Management Plan
A Conservation Management Plan for the Sydney Harbour Bridge has been prepared to provide a framework for its ongoing care and management. This includes decisions about conservation, use and development.
Sydney Harbour Bridge closure for special event – Sunday 25 June 2023
The Sydney Harbour Bridge, including the Cahill Expressway Circular Quay Overpass, will be closed in both directions from 4am to 10:30am on Sunday 25 June 2023 for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023TM Sydney Harbour Bridge Unity Celebration.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge cycleway and footpath will remain open.
Buses will also be terminating either side of the bridge in the city and North Sydney from 4am to 10.30am. Trains continue to operate across the bridge during the event.
Special event clearway parking restrictions will be in effect from 3am to 10:30am on roads in Milsons Point and North Sydney and from 6am to 10:30am in the Sydney CBD to accommodate traffic on detour routes.
For enquiries about changed traffic conditions, parking and detours, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 131 700.
For enquiries about the event, please contact the organiser: FIFA@the-shift.agency