The Federal and New South Wales governments have announced that the Ferrovial Gamuda Joint Venture will design and construct the new $2.2 billion Coffs Harbour Bypass.
Shortlisted companies have been invited to tender for the Coffs Harbour bypass, the biggest infrastructure project in Coffs Harbour’s history.
Transport for NSW will operate a driverless public shuttle bus service at the Coffs Harbour Botanic Gardens as part of a trial.
Transport for NSW is encouraging local businesses to suggest how they can contribute to the Coffs Harbour Bypass works.
Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley approved the Coffs Harbour Bypass under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act.
The Coffs Harbour Bypass would see a 14 kilometre road constructed around the Coffs Harbour CBD. The road would bypass 12 traffic lights and remove 12,000 vehicles from the city.