Albion Park Rail bypass - Princes Highway




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Albion Park Rail bypass - Princes Highway
STATUS

Prospective pipeline

Greenfield (construction) or brownfield (government asset divestment) projects needed or likely to occur within the next five years, but is not formally proposed by a state, territory or major local government.

Credibly proposed

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STATUS: Under procurement
SECTOR: Road
JURISDICTION: NSW
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Traditional procurement
TYPE: Greenfield

The Albion Park Rail bypass would complete the 'missing link' between Sydney and Bomaderry by extending the M1 Princes Motorway between Yallah and Oak Flats.

The preferred option for the bypass was released in 2014, which outlined a 9.8 kilometre extension of the M1 Princes Motorway with interchanges at Yallah, Albion Park and Oak Flats.

The NSW Government allocated $15 million in 2016-17 towards planning and preconstruction activities, and a further $17.3 million over 2017-18.

Expressions of Interest for the design and construction of the bypass closed in April 2017.

Construction of the bypass is scheduled to start in 2019 and will take three years to complete.


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