Connecting communities

  • $4.1 billion for the Western Harbour Tunnel to deliver the first stage of tunnelling works for a new crossing of the Sydney Harbour.

  • $3.2 billion for the Great Western Highway Upgrade to reduce congestion and deliver safer, more efficient and reliable journeys through the Blue Mountains and better connect communities in the Central West.

  • $2.3 billion for the M6 Extension Stage 1 which, when completed, will remove more than 2,000 trucks a day from surface roads, enable motorists to bypass up to 23 sets of traffic lights on the Princes Highway and enhance pedestrian and cyclist safety through shared pathways.

  • $1.9 billion for Jervis Bay to the Victorian border to continue the transformation of the Princes Highway from south of Nowra to the Victorian border, including the delivery of the Milton-Ulladulla Bypass to improve safety, journey times and freight efficiency.

  • $1.7 billion for the Warringah Freeway upgrades to surface roads, bridges and interchanges along about 4 km of the freeway corridor.

  • $123.7 million to upgrade the Epping Station Bridge to provide additional road capacity and connectivity between multiple transport modes and improve accessibility to the Epping Town Centre by providing new active transport linkages and improving general traffic in the area.

  • $41.1 million for the delivery of the final leg of the Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link to improve connections and increase road safety for active transport users between Sutherland and Cronulla as well as links to key attractors along the corridor.

Building the New South Wales of tomorrow

  • $274.5 million to continue planning of the Fast Rail program to deliver faster connections between Sydney, Canberra, Bomaderry, Newcastle, the Central Coast and the Central West which is NSW and Commonwealth Government-funded.

  • $216.4 million to refine the pre-concept design options for significant redevelopment of Circular Quay that will improve accessibility, revitalise arts and cultural offerings and refresh retail and dining experience and renewal of ageing wharves and train stations.

  • $60.0 million to develop a final business case for a south-eastern extension of the Sydney Metro Western Sydney Airport project from the current southern terminus at Bradfield to Glenfield.

  • $45.9 million to repair and upgrade ageing Crown Lands infrastructure supporting rural and regional communities, economic activity, and tourism.

  • $26.2 million for maintenance and upgrades across the State's property portfolio improving the useful life and sustainability of critical government and community assets.

  • $11.8 million for repairs and upgrades to Meadowbank Bridge, maintaining a vital pedestrian and cyclist commuter corridor and electricity transmission link across the Parramatta River to Rhodes.

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