M1 Pacific Motorway Extension to Raymond Terrace




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M1 Pacific Motorway Extension to Raymond Terrace
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STATUS: Credibly proposed
SECTOR: Road
JURISDICTION: NSW, Commonwealth
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

The proposed M1 Pacific Motorway Extension to Raymond Terrace would link the M1 to the Pacific Motorway. The NSW Government has committed $200 million from Rebuilding NSW towards getting the project ready for construction.

-15 kilometres of dual carriageway motorway bypassing Hexham and Heatherbrae;
-a 2.6 kilomtere bridge over Woodlands Close, the Main Northern Railway, New England Highway and Hunter River; and
-interchanges at Black Hill, Tarro, Tomage and Raymond Terrace.

The environmental assessment of the project is expected to be released in 2017, while the concept design is still being finalised.

The NSW Government has committed $200 million from Rebuilding NSW towards getting the project ready for construction, while a further $7 million was put towards planning in the 2016/17 State Budget. Timing for construction is not confirmed and would be dependent on planning approval, future traffic needs and funding availability.

 

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