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A Huge Stretch of George Street Is Being Turned Into a Pedestrian and Outdoor Dining Precinct – Concrete Playground

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Sydney CBD’s George Street is set to undergo further developments to extend its car-free zone, which will see the vehicle-free area spread across its entire run between Town Hall and Railway Square. It’s the latest change slated for the bustling street in the heart of the city, which has undergone quite an evolution already over the past decade — including the installation of the infamous new light rail and the creation of a car-free pedestrian space in front of Town Hall.

Under the City of Sydney’s latest plan, $43.5 million will be invested in creating a boulevard, with wider granite footpaths replacing car lanes, new street furniture installed, more trees planted and added spaces for outdoor dining. The plan will transform the…



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