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1 December 2014 FACT SHEET: TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Significant investment and improvement of infrastructure and transport networks, delivered at no cost and no risk The Gold Coast Integrated Resort and Cruise Ship Terminal will be an unprecedented development drawing millions of visitors to the region each year, including thousands of workers during construction and ongoing operations. ASF Consortium is committed to delivering project associated infrastructure upgrades at no cost or risk to the Queensland Government, City of Gold Coast or taxpayers. This includes new infrastructure for the northern Gold Coast, such as significant contributions to transport and public utilities network upgrades and the provision of new wharf infrastructure to support the introduction of a new publicly accessible ferry service. The consortium s overarching objective is to maintain the performance of the wider city road, transport and infrastructure networks. This includes the following commitments: Proposed $140+ million in new public realm investment into public parks, cycleways, walkways and beaches, with details to be confirmed as the master plan is fine-tuned and detailed planning design commences Supporting the outcomes and objectives of the City of Gold Coast Transport Strategy Providing infrastructure upgrades to support predicted increases in traffic and maintain surrounding road network performance Establishing an access and parking strategy for the integrated resort and cruise ship terminal that provides a range of transport options to reduce traffic impact to adjoining areas Ensuring the integrated resort is highly accessible from both the land and the water Maintaining the performance of the wider Gold Coast infrastructure networks Supporting active transport modes such as walking and cycling to, from and around Wave Break Island. Artist s perspective of bridge to Wave Break Island 1 / 6

2 INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING Throughout the development of the Project master plan, understanding current infrastructure constraints of the Project site has been paramount to ensure the future delivery of integrated transport solutions and infrastructure that supports development. Subsequent planning considerations have been developed to address these constraints. This includes defining new infrastructure, as well as upgrading existing networks and other infrastructure to service the Project and to ensure that project demands can be accommodated. It is important to note that the master plan is in its early stages of development and through future consultation with the Queensland Government and City of Gold Coast, all major infrastructure impacts and solutions will be agreed based on established and legislated policy, standards and guidelines. This will ensure a complete and workable solution is delivered in a rational and transparent way. UNDERSTANDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK ANALYSIS OF REGIONAL ROAD AND RAIL NETWORK In Consultation with authorities, ASF Consortium has undertaken preliminary assessments of current infrastructure constraints and opportunities to ensure design and development plans are fully informed and will meet both the immediate and long-term needs of the Project. This has included: An analysis of the Project s energy demands to gain an understanding of availability of supply, immediate constraints and proposed remediation for electricity and gas An initial examination of the Project s water and sewerage demand projections with network and treatment constraints identified and mitigation strategies developed Initial assessment of the Project s traffic generation using available information, including the cruise ship terminal operations. This assessment has identified likely road infrastructure upgrades. The consortium will continue to monitor, assess and mitigate emerging infrastructure issues in tandem with government agencies, authorities and other key stakeholders. During the anticipated Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process and through ongoing consultation, the projected transport and infrastructure solutions will evolve to reflect the optimal solutions for the Gold Coast. KEY Proposed GCRT Alignment Heavy Railway Line Future Heavy Railway Line Railway Station State Road Regional Road District Road Arterial Road Sub-Arterial Distributor 2 / 6

3 FAC T S H E E T NEW WAVE BREAK ISLAND BRIDGE CONNECTION CONCEPTUAL BRIDGE CONNECTION BETWEEN WAVE BREAK ISLAND AND GOLD COAST HIGHWAY Road access to Wave Break Island will be via a proposed bridge connection near the intersection of Gold Coast Highway (Brisbane Road) and Marine Parade at Labrador. The includes two bridges side by side, each bridge with two lanes carrying traffic in alternate directions. It also includes separated pedestrian and cycling paths. Changes to Harley Park will be required, however, enhancements will be made to ensure all existing cycleways and walkways will be maintained. The proposed bridge will be developed and approved as part of the anticipated Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Planning Approval processes. Two vechicle lanes Recreational Boating Channel Cycle Path Pedestrian Path ROAD NETWORK UPGRADES TO THE SOUTHERN SPIT (SEA WORLD OVERFLOW CARPARK) The master plan includes a new mixed-use destination next to Sea World with residential, cultural and retail elements. Currently, at peak periods the access to and from Sea World Drive is congested, especially on weekends due to the popularity of Sea World, parklands and beaches along The Spit and Main Beach. Based on initial assessments, it has been identified that road network upgrades may be required to support the Project. This includes possible financial contributions from the consortium to fund potential future upgrades undertaken by City of Gold Coast and Department of Transport and Main Roads. The scope of works will be determined through the final Planning Approval Process. In addition to working with the Queensland Government and City of Gold Coast, consultation will be undertaken with Sea World and other neighbouring businesses to ensure infrastructure and transport requirements are met. G O L D C OA S T E VO L U T I O N.C O M. A U / 6

4 ACTIVE AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT PROVISIONS ACTIVE TRANSPORT The land use and urban planning of Wave Break Island incorporates principles of a walkable city, such as distance and amenity to increase the desire for walking between facilities. One of the sustainability principles for Wave Break Island is to increase opportunities for active transport to and around the Project through the provision of on-road cycle lanes and off-road cycle paths. Pedestrian and cycle paths will be provided on the proposed bridge from Wave Break Island to Labrador with connections to existing footpaths and cycleways. FERRY SERVICE Ferry wharf infrastructure is proposed at Wave Break Island and the Southern Spit (Sea World Overflow Carpark). The vision of ASF Consortium is for the project to be the catalyst for the commencement of a ferry service for the Broadwater, providing connections to Surfers Paradise and to maximise the opportunity for integration with the Gold Coast Light Rail network. Advancement of this initiative will involve close collaboration with City of Gold Coast and TransLink, as well as the local maritime private sector to investigate a private sector solution for the operation of the ferry service. This service would provide further benefit through reducing road vehicle impacts and improving connectivity between existing and proposed major tourism destinations. SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE Shuttle bus services will offer visitors an option for an express, high frequency bus service. This includes a direct service for the integrated resort and hotel patrons to nearby tourist attractions, such as Dream World and Movie World. Planned around existing public transport infrastructure, it will provide additional vehicle movement benefits for visitors and staff to Wave Break Island, thus reducing the dependency of cars on the island. ACCESS FOR SERVICE VEHICLES With a view to manage the Project-related traffic impact on the overall road network during peak periods, service vehicle access to the Project will be limited to off-peak periods. This will reduce the traffic impact on the overall road network and the conflict between service vehicles and visitors to Wave Break Island and the Southern Spit. ON-SITE PARKING PROVISIONS The number of parking spaces provided on-site will be in accordance with the City of Gold Coast Planning Scheme. Internal circulation access roads will be provided within each precinct for vehicular access, including service vehicles, taxi, coach and short-term parking. In view of the Project attracting international and interstate visitors as well as providing alternative transport modes, the overall number of parking spaces to be provided will require further consultation with City of Gold Coast. This will include consideration towards ferry services and regular shuttle buses (in conjunction with City of Gold Coast and TransLink) to connect with heavy rail, light rail and other TransLink bus services in and around the Gold Coast. Technology is likely to play an important role in the parking solution with automated and ticketless systems potentially providing a quicker and smoother arrival and departure process, further reducing congestion and off-site traffic impacts. LOCAL PARKING MANAGEMENT A local parking management strategy will be developed, in consultation with local authorities. This will form part of the overall strategy to manage car parking for the Project to minimise disruption to Gold Coast residents. 4 / 6

5 OTHER MARINE INFRASTRUCTURE A range of other marine infrastructure types is proposed to support the development of commercial and recreational uses, transport function and environmental habitat. The main marine infrastructure components are likely to include: Edge structures to the reclamation areas, such as revetments, retaining walls and sand beaches stabilised using rock groynes Aids to navigation for the cruise ship terminal and small craft (channel leads, fixed markers, buoys etc.) Floating pontoons and access walkways for ferry terminals and marina berths Pedestrian boardwalks over water and intertidal areas, if required. These concepts will be further considered throughout the ongoing development of the master plan and engagement with the community. COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE The development of the Project will deliver a host of community legacies and valued community infrastructure, including (but not limited to): A new Eco-Marine Park to protect and preserve key species and habitats Creation of public waterfront parklands and walkways Connectivity and easy public access to Wave Break Island New world-class entertainment, arts and cultural facilities New dive facilities, boating and recreational facilities for public use Stabilisation of the existing Seaway walls as part of addressing the Project associated impacts to the Seaway entrance channel. 5 / 6

6 PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES The impact on the existing public utility services has been reviewed and will continue to be carefully considered during the anticipated Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process and ongoing consultation with local authorities. The consortium anticipates that water, sewerage, stormwater, power, telecommunications and gas impacts will be managed through the following planned upgrades and/or through its contribution towards Project associated demands, including: The upgrade of necessary supply mains leading into the supply node to ensure there is not a loss of service to the community, noting that SEQ has advised that there are no known supply issues The upgrade of the existing sewerage network with a new sewerage pumping station, upgrades to existing stations and providing a new rising main to the sewerage treatment plant Planned upgrades to the Coombabah Sewerage Treatment Plant and Northern Outfall. The Project has allowed a financial contribution to the Coombabah upgrade based on an assessment of the capacity that will be required Management of stormwater within the development will be integrated into the urban fabric within the various street spaces and public/private spaces. Water sensitive urban design (WSUD) principles will be used to guide the approach to capture, treat and discharge stormwater to the Broadwater Upgraded electricity, with associated local electrical infrastructure Extended telecommunications into the development including a connection to the National Broadband Network Upgrade to the local gas network to cater for the increased demand placed on the existing infrastructure by the Project. Importantly, the Project will implement design initiatives and management procedures to minimise the demands on utility services during construction and operations. Artist s perspective of bridge to Wave Break Island 6 / 6 This fact sheet has been produced by ASF Consortium Pty Ltd. Whilst all care has been taken to ensure statements and representations are accurate at the time of publication, ASF Consortium Pty Ltd, its related entities and consultants do not warrant their completeness or accuracy. Any plans, projections, graphics and related information are indicative only, based on the studies and analysis undertaken to date and are subject to change without notice.

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