Bringing the spatial elements together
Combined, the spatial elements make up the structure plan for Greater Sydney. The structure plan emphasises how the principal spatial elements are interconnected and integrated to best deliver on the vision of A Metropolis of Three Cities and the aspirations of the 10 Directions.
Of critical importance are:
- the integration of the mass transit network with the economic corridors, centres, transit oriented development, urban renewal and health and education precincts
- the connectivity between the rail freight and strategic road networks and the trade gateways and industrial areas
- the integration of the green grid network with residential neighbourhoods
- the retention of the integrity of the values of the Metropolitan Rural Area and the Protected Natural Area.
Explore the interactive version of the Structure Plan for A Metropolis of Three Cities.