So tonight I attended a market research event for Transport NSW on 'the future of transport'. First note: 'the future of transport' for NSW is all Sydney and greater Sydney metro related. (And I'm talking 40-50 years) No talk or consideration of rural or regional areas. They are still pretending we are landlocked. Despite that, The idea of a '3 city' Sydney was discussed. The map looks like this: From here: Three Cities | Greater Sydney Commission It's an interesting concept - but I have genuine concern that they are not planned or prepared with enough infrastructure to pull it off. Parramatta is gaining traction - but it's been established for quite some time. They are proposing a whole now city in the 'west', centred around the airport. Not Penrith or even Liverpool. But a greenfields city. It honestly has the potential to go either way. However, I can't help but think there's some money to be made in it. I haven't been interested in buying property for a while, with the focus on balancing my asset classes. However this has me interested again - when the market goes on sale (I can wait, it's government - it won't happen fast), I may well do some shopping. Thoughts and discussion?