Major Contract

Milton to Ulladulla Bypass

PROJECT STATUS
Announced
Milton to Ulladulla Bypass

The NSW Government have committed to further upgrade the Princes Highway along the South Coast ultimately via duplicating the entire Princes Highway between Nowra to the Victorian border. This includes a bypass between Milton and Ulladulla.  

The project would upgrade the Princes Highway to provide a bypass of the Milton and Ulladulla town centres as part of the Princes Highway Upgrade program.

The proposed Milton Ulladulla bypass would:

  • create safer and more efficient journeys for all road users
  • improve access to local roads and reduce congestion through the Milton and Ulladulla town centres
  • provide opportunities to enhance the atmosphere of town centres and support the growth of regional economies including tourism and freight, and
  • cater for future growth of Milton, Ulladulla and connected communities and improve access to essential services Support network reliability and safe access, especially during emergencies.

The Bypass will remove the need to go through 20 separate intersections and improve road safety. 

Key Dates

Mar 2019 Project Announced

Funding contributions

Federal Government

Procurement

Procuring Agency: Transport for NSW

PROJECT HISTORY

May 2019 The Federal Government announced that up to $400 million of their $500 million commitment to the Princes Highway in NSW would go to the Milton to Ulludulla Bypass.
Feb 2020 Infrastructure Australia identified Princes Highway safety and capacity improvements,that encompasses the bypass, as a Priority Initiative.
Mar 2020 Community consultation began on the identified corridor for Milton to Ulladulla Bypass, shown in the Shoalhaven Local Environmental Plan. The consultation closed in mid-April 2020 with a preferred route to be determined following further investigation.
Nov 2020 The 2020-21 NSW Budget allocated $671 million over the four years to FY2023-24 for the Princes Highway Upgrade between Nowra and the Victorian border.
Sector
Road
Procurement approach
Unconfirmed |
Location
New South Wales | National |
Infrastructure Australia status
Priority Initiative (near-term, 0-5 years)
Resources
Media releases
16/05/2019
17/03/2020