A record $112.7 billion infrastructure investment has been unveiled as part of the New South Wales Government’s 2022-23 State Budget. Announced Tuesday, the budget’s infrastructure pipeline includes $76.7 billion set aside for transport projects across the state. Rob Stokes, Minister for Infrastructure, Cities and
Transport for NSW is seeking community feedback on a shortlist of three initial concept designs for a bike ramp at the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge Cycleway.
The Prospect Highway in New South Wales is set for a $280 million upgrade that will improve safety and travel times in Sydney’s west, thanks to a joint funding commitment from the Federal and New South Wales governments.
Plans to widen the Hexham Straight on the Pacific Highway have taken a leap forward with the release of the concept design and environmental assessment.
Track laying on the first rail crossing under Sydney Harbour is complete, marking a major milestone for Australia’s biggest public transport project, the Metro City & Southwest project. In 2024, Sydney will have 31 metro railway stations and a 66 kilometres standalone metro railway system thanks to the project.
The New South Wales Government has approved stage one of a $1.8 billion transmission line, to connect New South Wales and South Australia’s energy networks for the first