Pacific Highway and Manns Road upgrade




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Pacific Highway and Manns Road upgrade
STATUS

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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.

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

The proposed Pacific Highway and Manns Road upgrade between Narara and Lisarow forms part of the wider upgrade of the Pacific Highway and other major Central Coast roads.

The project will see an upgrade of a 4.7 kilometre section of road between Narara Creek Road, Narara and Parsons Road, Lisarow and includes:

-  two lanes in each direction;
- new bridges over Narara Creek and and the railway line;
- new traffic lights and the upgrade of existing traffic lights; and
- provision of pedestrian and cycle paths.

The proposed upgrade is still in the planning phase, with an updated design released in September 2016. Ecological investigations along the route are being conducted by SMEC.

In April 2017, Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) announced the project would be delivered over two stages, and also committed to investigate upgrading the Narara Valley Drive and Deanne Street intersection with traffic lights.

More detail on the entire upgrade will be made available when the review of environmental factors goes on public display in late 2017.

To date, the NSW State Government has committed funding to the planning phase of the project with $2 million committed in FY2016-17, and $2.3 million in FY2017-18. In total $22 million has been spent on planning for the project.

Value undisclosed 


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