The New South Wales Government has announced a $40.9 million investment to support the delivery of critical infrastructure throughout Greater Sydney and the Central Coast.
The investment will help to fast-track the infrastructure pipeline in these communities, where 18,000 new homes are being built over three years.
This will support road upgrades at Waterloo, Box Hill and Ryde, improved pedestrian connectivity in Parramatta, and a new sporting complex on the Central Coast, with construction expected to start towards the end of July.
- Early works underway on new NSW bridge
- New program to improve NSW road safety
- Contract awarded for NSW station construction
Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Paul Scully said the investment will better connect the community with jobs and infrastructure.
“These five projects are a great example of collaboration between councils and the state that will provide the infrastructure needed to deliver thousands of new homes for people in growing communities,” Scully said.
All projects are expected to be delivered by mid-2026.