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Exciting times ahead for Sydney transport

By Louise Morrin

Transport links are just one of the reasons people choose to buy property in Allawah and other parts of the Harbour City. With everything from ferries to buses, trains to taxis, getting from A to B never has to be a chore.

There’s more good news on the horizon if you’re a regular user of public transport in the city, as several new projects are on the cards. Some are planned for a little further into the future, while others are already underway.

The NSW government announced in recent days that tunnelling work had finished on the Sydney Metro Northwest. The link will make it easier to travel further outside the city and is expected to be a big hit with commuters once completed in the first half of 2019.

Not only this, a brand new Manly Fast Ferry has recently been added to the fleet. It’s capable of transporting 260 passengers across the harbour, once again improving the number of transport options available to commuters.

“The Ocean Wave and Ocean Tracker fast ferries were built with the Manly community in mind and feature extra loading points that will speed up passenger boarding times,” explained NSW premier Mike Baird.

It was also recently announced that another station would be added to the Sydney Metro, bringing the total number of stops to 31. The government hopes it will improve job prospects in the area, as well as meet the needs of Sydney residents while the city continues to expand.

Cashing in on Sydney’s success

As you can see, there is no shortage of reasons to buy property in Allawah at the moment. The city has enjoyed strong growth over recent decades and is showing little sign of slowing down.

For more information on this thriving suburb, make sure you get in touch with the real estate agents at Ray White Carlton.

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