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Keoride Becomes Wheelchair and Pram Friendly

Tuesday, 26 October 2021

Member for Pittwater and Minister for Transport and Roads Rob Stokes today announced the Keoride fleet will be boosted to enable wheelchair and pram access.

New vehicles, called Ponchos, will commence operating with the existing Keoride fleet this week. The Ponchos will feature innovative kerb-kneeling technology, providing level entry for all passengers.

“Pittwater’s Keoride is the most successful on-demand public transport service in Australia – and it’s now getting even better,” Rob Stokes said today.

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Pittwater Vaccinations Surge

Wednesday, 25 August 2021

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes is applauding the ongoing efforts of Pittwater residents as local vaccinations continue to soar.

So far, approximately 70% of eligible Pittwater residents have received their first dose, and around 40% have received both doses.

“Vaccination is our pathway out of the pandemic,” Rob Stokes said today.

“It means reunions with family and friends, the revival of livelihoods, and enjoyments like holiday travel and local sport.

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Scotland Island Wharf Upgrades

Wednesday, 25 August 2021

More than 3,800 square metres of additional Crown waterway has been reserved by the NSW Government to support the $2.5 million upgrade of boating facilities at Scotland Island.

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes said the project will improve access to the island for residents and visitors post the current lockdown.

“Scotland Island is a unique community that’s only accessible by water, which means that quality boat facilities are essential to help residents come and go,” Mr Stokes said.

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Funding to Complete Currawong's Restoration

Friday, 16 July 2021

All heritage listed accommodation cabins at Currawong Beach will be upgraded following a further financial boost by the NSW Government.

Member for Pittwater and Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes said an additional $1.5 million has been allocated under the NSW Government’s COVID-19 Stimulus Program, which is helping NSW navigate the pandemic by generating jobs through the upgrading of public facilities.

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