I was playing along with what another poster had posted. I meant it in a jokily manner which referred to the 'nimbistic' attitude which is associated with this are and what the poster had implies. No harm meant. And, really, I was referring to the more personal attack and negative tone in your response ala 'get over yourself'.Tread carefully. It's fine if you want to go to the beach, but to convey the message that you demand beach access by train, whether the local community consents or not, begins to push the boundaries of what is acceptable armchair; I dispute your complaint of "attacks" when, unprovoked, you called Northern Beaches residents in general "snooty bastards" who should go suck on some head.
Anyway, yeah i'll read more indepth next time. See, I missed the word bus, thus I didn't really get the concept. Yeah, I suppose that could work for now as our 'short term solution' but does the system have the capacity to support growth and development of this area? Will it relieve congestion on Military Road?It removes a significant portion of the traffic from areas past the Spit Bridge, as these passengers will now be conveyed by ferry to Circular Quay. This means that the number of buses being shoved down Military Rd and across the Harbour Bridge is lessened - at least for the short term, but I believe for long enough to provide breathing room to pursue the next stage of the solution.
This is, of course, only one of many ways to solve the problem. The possibility of T-ways (or just better bus lanes) is another, and so on and so forth.
And yes I am new to the concept of staged solutions. It's my first day. And I haven't the slightest bit of experience that I'm sure you have. Heck I haven't finished junior HS yet.Welcome to the world of trial by fire.