Just get on with it.
The is the view of long-time resident David Weir over building a second Sydney airport at Badgerys Creek on the city's western fringe.
"Most of the people I speak to around here want this airport," said the 69-year-old, who has lived in nearby Bringelly for 45 years.
"Get the damn thing built and stop wasting money."
Badgerys Creek is firming as the site for the long-awaited airport but the usual hurdles of funding and noise pollution still need to be cleared.
Federal cabinet is expected to approve the long-awaited airport and more than $200 million for transport links, it was reported.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he won't be rushed into making a decision while NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell said the Abbott government need to stump up a lot more cash to get the project up and running
"Reports today of a $200 million transport funding package seem to be missing a zero," Mr O'Farrell said.
Mr Weir said it was "absolutely crazy" that no decision has been made despite several governments spending money on investigations and impact studies.
"This attitude `not in my backyard' is not going to take Australia forward," said Mr Weir.
"If you don't hurry up and do something, it's going to be harder to get the damn thing built."
Mr Abbott tried to play down talk of an imminent decision on a second airport.
"A decision must be made and it will be made by this government early in our first term but I do have to warn you that it's not imminent," Mr Abbott said.
Western Sydney federal opposition MP Ed Husic says his constituents will be plagued by ceaseless aircraft noise.
The only way to lure big airlines from Sydney airport is to allow the second to operate without a curfew, he said.
"To get the big airlines like Qantas to move to western Sydney you need to give them a carrot," he told Sky News.
NSW opposition leader John Robertson wants any decision about a second airport made in consultation with locals.
"There's a whole raft of issues that the people of western Sydney deserve to be consulted on," he said.