Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan




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Prospective pipeline

Credibly proposed

Announced

Under procurement

Preferred bidder announced

Recently closed
M12 Motorway
The Northern Road Upgrade – Mersey Road to Glenmore Parkway
The Northern Road Upgrade - Glenmore Parkway to Jamison Road
The Northern Road Upgrade – Peter Brock Drive to Mersey Road
Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan
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

The project or divestment is supported by a state, territory or major local government, is subject to studies or other processes (such as pre-feasibility or scoping studies or business case development), and is likely to proceed to formal announcement.   

Announced

The project has a firm commitment and timeline from a state, territory or major local government, but has not yet entered the market.

Under procurement

The project or transaction is under procurement (such as a call for Expressions of Interest, requests for tender, or another offer to the market).

Preferred bidder announced

A preferred bidder has been selected and is in exclusive negotiations.

Recently closed

Projects that have progressed to contractual close remain on ANZIP for 12 months.

ANZIP is focused only on major infrastructure activity, above the following thresholds:

Australia

Construction projects: > AUD$300m

Investable greenfield & brownfield: > AUD$100m

New Zealand

All greenfield and brownfield projects and divestments: > NZD $100 million


STATUS: Under procurement
VALUE: $3.6bn AUD
SECTOR: Road
JURISDICTION: NSW, Commonwealth
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Traditional procurement, Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan (WISP) is a 10 year programme of works delivering new and upgraded roads in Western Sydney. The circa $3.6 billion Plan includes:

upgrading The Northern Road in stages to a minimum of four lanes between Narellan and Jamison Road, South Penrith, including a grade separated interchange (underpass) at Bringelly Road. Construction on the first section of The Northern Road started in 2016;
building a new M12 Motorway with up to six lanes. This will provide direct access to the planned Western Sydney Airport site between the M7 Motorway, Cecil Hills and The Northern Road, Luddenham;
upgrading Bringelly Road to a minimum of four lanes between The Northern Road and Camden Valley Way, Leppington. Construction started in January 2015;
building the Werrington Arterial Road by upgrading Kent Road and Gipps Street to four lanes between the Great Western Highway and at the M4 Motorway, including two new east facing ramps on the M4 Motorway. Construction finished May 2017;
upgrading the intersection of Ross Street and the Great Western Highway, Glenbrook; and
a $200 million package for local roads upgrades (Commonwealth funded).

The project is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and New South Wales governments in an 80:20 split

The plan aims to improve and better integrate regional transport links, as well as accommodate increased traffic flow associated with the planned Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek.

A number of upgrades are currently under construction, while others (including the circa $1.25 billion M12 motorway) are at the planning stage.


M12 Motorway


PROJECT
PIPELINE
STATUS

Prospective pipeline

Credibly proposed

Announced

Under procurement

Preferred bidder announced

Recently closed
 M12 Motorway

STATUS: Announced
VALUE: $1.25bn AUD
SECTOR: Road
JURISDICTION: NSW,Commonwealth
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan is a 10 year programme of works delivering new and upgraded roads in Western Sydney.

As part of this program the M12 Motorway will provide direct access to the planned Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek and will connect to Sydney’s motorway network.

The preferred route is a 16 kilometre east-west (four-lane) motorway between the M7 Motorway and The Northern Road, providing increased road capacity and reducing congestion and travel times. It would also improve the movement of freight in and through Western Sydney and is expected to serve the Western Sydney Priority Land Release Area and the Western Sydney Employment Area.

A 300 metre wide corridor has been identified for the M12, however the final motorway width is expected to be around 100-150 metres with provision for widening the motorway to six-lanes. The preliminary road design is expected to be released for public display in the second half of 2017.

In July 2017, an Arcadis and Jacobs Joint Venture were appointed lead concept designer for the M12, which involves providing the concept designs, and undertaking the Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA).

Construction is expected to start in 2020 and be completed before the opening of Western Sydney Airport.

$21 million was allocated towards planning the M12 in the 2017-18 NSW Budget.

The Federal Government is providing $997 million, with the remaining $249 million coming from the NSW Government.


The Northern Road Upgrade - Glenmore Parkway to Jamison Road


PROJECT
PIPELINE
STATUS

Prospective pipeline

Credibly proposed

Announced

Under procurement

Preferred bidder announced

Recently closed
 The Northern Road Upgrade - Glenmore Parkway to Jamison Road

STATUS: Recently closed
VALUE: $295M AUD
SECTOR: Road
JURISDICTION: NSW,Commonwealth
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Traditional procurement
TYPE: Greenfield

The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan is a 10 year programme of works delivering new and upgraded roads in Western Sydney.

As part of this program the $1.6 billion Northern Road Upgrade involves the upgrade of approximately 35 kilometres of road between The Old Northern Road, Narellan and Jamison Road, South Penrith from a generally two to four lane undivided road to a six to eight lane divided road. The upgraded road will provide one of the main arterial transport corridors for the South West Priority Land Release Area and the Western Sydney Priority Growth Area. The Upgrade is being undertaken in sections.

The Glenmore Parkway to Jamison Road package of works will upgrade around four kilometres of road between Glenmore Parkway, Glenmore Park and Jamison Road, South Penrith.

The works were awarded to Lendlease in December 2016. Construction started in June 2017 and is scheduled to be completed by 2020.

The Northern Road Upgrade is being jointly funded by the Federal and NSW governments with $1.23 billion and $351 million respectively.


The Northern Road Upgrade – Mersey Road to Glenmore Parkway


PROJECT
PIPELINE
STATUS

Prospective pipeline

Credibly proposed

Announced

Under procurement

Preferred bidder announced

Recently closed
 The Northern Road Upgrade – Mersey Road to Glenmore Parkway

STATUS: Announced
SECTOR: Road
JURISDICTION: NSW
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan is a 10 year programme of works delivering new and upgraded roads in Western Sydney.

As part of this program the $1.6 billion Northern Road Upgrade involves the upgrade of approximately 35 kilometres of road between The Old Northern Road, Narellan and Jamison Road, South Penrith from a generally two to four lane undivided road to a six to eight lane divided road. The upgraded road will provide one of the main arterial transport corridors for the South West Priority Land Release Area and the Western Sydney Priority Growth Area. The Upgrade is being undertaken in sections.

The Mersey Road to Glenmore Parkway package of works will divert 16 kilometres of The Northern Road around the Western Sydney Airport site and the Luddenham town centre. The Road will also be widened from two lanes to a six lane divide road, with accommodation for widening to eight lanes when required.

The package of works involves three sections:

- Mersey Road and Eaton Road;
- Eaton Road to Littlefields Road; and
- Littlefields Road to Glenmore Parkway.

The Eaton Road to Littlefields Road section will provide a future connection to the proposed M12 Motorway.

The Environmental Impact Statement for the package of works is on display for public comment from 21 June to 2 August 2017.

The Northern Road Upgrade is being jointly funded by the Federal and NSW governments with $1.23 billion and $351 million respectively.


The Northern Road Upgrade – Peter Brock Drive to Mersey Road


PROJECT
PIPELINE
STATUS

Prospective pipeline

Credibly proposed

Announced

Under procurement

Preferred bidder announced

Recently closed
 The Northern Road Upgrade – Peter Brock Drive to Mersey Road

STATUS: Recently closed
SECTOR: Road
JURISDICTION: NSW,Commonwealth
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Traditional procurement
TYPE: Greenfield

The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan is a 10 year programme of works delivering new and upgraded roads in Western Sydney.

As part of this program the $1.6 billion Northern Road Upgrade involves the upgrade of approximately 35 kilometres of road between The Old Northern Road, Narellan and Jamison Road, South Penrith. The upgraded road will provide one of the main arterial transport corridors for the South West Priority Land Release Area and the Western Sydney Priority Growth Area. The Upgrade is being undertaken in a number of sections.

The $465 million Peter Brock Drive to Mersey Road section of works, also known as stage two, involves the widening of circa 11.3 kilometers of The Northern Road from a generally two lane to a four line, divided road, with accommodation for widening to six lanes when required. This section of works also includes:

- the $259 million Bringelly Road Upgrade Stage 2, (part of the $509 million Bringelly Road Upgrade) which involves similar works; and
- The Northern Road and Bringelly Road Interchange, which will be built as an underpass for The Northern Road under Bringelly Road.

In May 2017 Lendlease were awarded the contract for the works.
Construction started in mid-2017 with a completion date of mid-2020.

The Upgrade is being jointly funded by the Federal and NSW governments with $1.23 billion and $351 million respectively.


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