At its meeting on 1 May 2017, Council resolved to support a community petition to halt the State Government's B-Line bus project.
The B-Line will negatively impact local traffic flows, streetscapes, business communities and pedestrian amenity in Cremorne and Neutral Bay.
You can download the B-Line Community Petition (175KB) and return it filled-out to Council.
With the estimated cost of the B-Line Bus Project at $600million and escalating, the community petition calls for the Legislative Assembly to request a comprehensive parliamentary investigation into the costs, rationale and decision making associated with the B-line bus project to date.
Or complete the petition in Council's customer service at 200 Miller Street, North Sydney; or in Stanton Library, North Sydney Olympic Pool and at the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability.
The deadline for submissions is 30 June 2017.
You can read more about the B-Line project, including Council's report and the minutes from a public meeting co-hosted with Mosman Council.
On 1 May, Council also resolved to write to the Premier, with a copy to the new local State Member for North Shore, asking that the proposed B-line be halted until such time that a holistic and integrated transport plan which addresses the on-going congestion on Military Road and the Spit bridge, in the context of the newly announced Northern Beaches Tunnel both now and into the future, is developed and a comprehensive community consultation/engagement process is implemented.
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