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For the latest updates, visit the Transport for NSW website.

What happens next?

TfNSW have stated that the concept design will be released later this year, along with documents related to the project’s environmental approval.

Construction is not expected to begin until early 2025, subject to design development and approvals.

Share your feedback on a new cycleway being proposed

by Transport for NSW

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing a new separated cycleway on Oxford Street, between Taylor Square and the entrance to Centennial Park known as Paddington Gates. The proposed two-way cycleway would connect to the Centennial Park Cycleway, which has been completed, and the Oxford Street West Cycleway, which is being delivered by the City of Sydney.

In February 2023 TfNSW asked for community feedback on early designs for the proposed cycleway and have summarised findings in an Early Feedback Report.

They are now developing a more detailed concept design for the project and are seeking further feedback from the community to inform planning. For more information and to provide feedback, visit the Transport for NSW website. Feedback closes Monday 14 August 2023.

Pop-up information sessions

Meet members of the project team and ask questions about the Oxford Street East Cycleway.
  • Five Ways, Paddington

    Saturday 29 July, 10am-12pm

  • Paddington Markets (Newcombe Street)

    Saturday 5 August, 10am-1pm

  • Paddington Reservoir

    Wednesday 9 August, 3-5.30pm