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Roads Asset Management Plan
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The North Sydney Local Government Area covers 10.5km square kilometres or 1049 hectares, of this total area there is approximately 138.1km of local and regional roads.

Many of the roads in North Sydney were originally built from 1880 onwards. Further development and subdivisions increased significantly with the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1932 and continued after World War 2.

It was during this development period that much of the infrastructure in North Sydney was originally built. Therefore, North Sydney faces the continual challenge of maintaining a large portfolio of aging road infrastructure.

This Plan contains a detailed evaluation of Council-maintained roads in North Sydney, the required funding to maintain them , and sets priorities for road improvements.

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