Transport for NSW blamed the delays on the need for “careful planning, community consultation processes and important heritage considerations” which, it said, “take time”.
Labor transport spokesman Chris Minns said the planned Circular Quay upgrade was another example of the government “talking a big game and not delivering”.
“As usual there has been a lot of talk, a lot of consultants, and very little activity. They’ve spent five years and over $30 million and all they have to show for it…
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