Key build program
Roads and Maritime Services has a number of key building programs underway.
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Priority programs to help manage ageing bridge assets in regional areas and provide the biggest benefit to freight productivity will operate over the next five years.
Bus priority measures, such as continuous red bus lanes and bus priority at traffic lights, are being implemented on priority corridors.
The upgrade of the Great Western Highway in the Blue Mountains involves widening the highway to four lanes between Emu Plains and Katoomba and to mostly three lanes between Katoomba and Mount Victoria.
Roads and Maritime Services Infrastructure Maintenance Program delivers economic benefits to the community through savings in vehicle operating costs through the provision of improved ride quality of pavements.
NSW Boating Now is a new five year recreational boating infrastructure delivery program.
The Pacific Highway upgrade is one of the largest road infrastructure projects in NSW, consisting of several projects along the length of the highway.
The Pinch Point Program targets peak hour traffic hotspots and investigates ways to relieve traffic congestion.
Roads and Maritime is undertaking a number of projects to improve safety and efficiency on the Princes Highway.
Preliminary investigations indicate installing and extending clearways on weekdays and weekends can help reduce congestion in many areas of Sydney.
Information about current and planned improvements to the Walking and Cycling network in NSW.