Illawarra transport network caught between plans and funding

Connor Pearce
Updated November 16 2023 - 1:04pm, first published November 10 2023 - 5:25pm
Congestion in the Illawarra has gotten worse since COVID, with the Princes Highway, pictured at Unanderra, a key crash hot spot. Picture by Adam McLean
Congestion in the Illawarra has gotten worse since COVID, with the Princes Highway, pictured at Unanderra, a key crash hot spot. Picture by Adam McLean

Wollongong and the Illawarra have been hampered by years of disjointed planning that has left the region with misplaced train stations, clogged and unsafe roads and public transport services that leave residents stranded.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Federal Political Reporter at The Canberra Times

Federal Political Reporter working for The Canberra Times from the parliamentary press gallery. Something to get off your chest? Connor.pearce@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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