The Albion Park Rail Bypass – part of the Princes Highway upgrade program – extends the M1 Princes Motorway between Yallah and Oak Flats. The 9.8 kilometre bypass has interchanges at Yallah, Albion Park and Oak Flats.
The bypass will have two lanes in each direction with a central median, with the option for extra capacity as demand grows in the future. Work will also involve the reconfiguration of the Croome Regional Sporting Complex and other associated works.
|Apr 2017||EOIs Close|
|Jul 2018||Contract Award|
|Feb 2019||Construction Commencement|
|2022||Expected Construction Completion|
|Procuring Agency:||Transport for NSW|
|Tenderers (EOI/ROI):||CPB Contractors, Fulton Hogan, a Downer and Seymour Whyte Joint Venture, and a John Holland and BMD Construction Joint Venture.|
|Successful Tenderer:||Fulton Hogan - Construct SMEC - Design|
|2014||The Preferred Route for the bypass was selected|
|May 2016||The NSW Government allocated $550 million towards the project in its FY2016-17 budget.|