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Selected Filters: 2013, 2015 , Audit, Freight, Managed Motorways, Northern Australia, Passenger transport, Public Affairs, Road, Tunnel , NSW , Projects, Publications
This assessment brief outlines the New South Wales Government's WestConnex project, which consists of around 33 km of interconnected road projects that will extend the M4 motorway towards Sydney city, widen the M5 East motorway and join those two motorways with a new tunnel running under the inner western suburbs of Sydney.
This assessment brief outlines the New South Wales Government's proposal to complete the remaining 40 per cent of works to upgrade the Pacific Highway to a minimum four-lane divided highway between Sydney and Brisbane.
This assessment brief outlines the New South Wales Government's proposal to upgrade a 10.5 kilometre section of the F3 freeway from Tuggerah to Doyalson, including pavement strengthening and widening the freeway from four to six lanes. The upgrade will increase the productivity of the freeway and enhance connectivity for passenger and freight vehicles between the central coast and Sydney by improving the existing road network and reducing congestion. The New South Wales Government is seeking $100 million in Commonwealth funding for the project.
In 2013, Infrastructure Australia rated the F3 Widening Project: Tuggerah to Doyalson as ‘Threshold’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.
In 2015, Infrastructure Australia recommended that WestConnex be included on the Infrastructure Priority List as ‘Threshold’.
In 2015, Infrastructure Australia recommended the NorthConnex initiative be rated as ‘Ready to Proceed’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.
In 2015, Infrastructure Australia recommended that the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal project be rated as ‘Threshold’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.
In 2015, Infrastructure Australia recommended rating the Bringelly Road Upgrade – Stage 1 as a ‘Real Potential’ project.