Dominic Perrottet supports the idea of ​​allowing older people to rent rooms to young people

With seven weeks to go before the state election, Perrottet will highlight the need for governments to be willing to take on the “pain of planning and building beyond the next election” to avoid Sydney faltering and residents falling behind .


He will highlight the state coalition government’s commitment over multiple election cycles to building Sydney’s burgeoning subway network and the 33-kilometer WestConnex motorway project. Part of the final phase of WestConnex opened last month.

“You can only build these projects if your focus is not on the next election, but on the next generation,” he will say. “If we only focused on the short term, Sydney wouldn’t have a Harbor Bridge.”

He cites the light rail line along George Street in the CBD as an example of a challenging project whose benefits were difficult to see during construction but became apparent later.

“Not only has the light rail provided a reliable public transport option for people to hop on and off all the way down to Randwick,” he will say. “It stitched the two halves of our CBD together in a new way, bringing life and civic pride to the heart of our city.”

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