30 Year Master Plan

In 2015, NSW Ports launched two significant documents, outlining a strategic vision for achieving sustainable and efficient port supply chains in NSW.

“Navigating the Future” NSW Ports’ 30 Year Master Plan, in conjunction with the Sustainability Plan, sets out a vision for the next 30 years and the actions that are needed to meet this vision.

Our Master Plan details expected trade growth over the next 30 years and outlines the actions that we believe are needed to address this growth.

Our Sustainability Plan provides a strategic framework for progressing towards environmental sustainability and identifies a path for future action.

 The Master Plan sets out five clear objectives to drive a sustainable future for the port supply chains.

  1. Provide efficient road and rail connections to the ports and intermodal terminals
  2. Grow rail transport of containers
  3. Use land infrastructure efficiently
  4. Grow port capacity
  5. Protect the ports and intermodal terminals from urban encroachment

While this Master Plan will guide our decision making and actions, we cannot deliver it alone.

Its actions require the coordination and cooperation of many stakeholders, and we will work constructively with all stakeholders in the interest of securing sustainable and efficient port supply chains for the people and businesses of New South Wales. 

For a full copy of the Master Plan document see the pdf attachment (File size 15mb)

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