Have your say!
Roads and Maritime Services is committed to actively engaging with community members and other stakeholders. Community consultation is undertaken on most projects except when emergency works need to be scheduled at short notice.
As well as this page, which provides information about projects currently open for comment, Roads and Maritime project managers and service providers seek feedback in various ways as required, for example through:
- Newsletters including contact details for feedback
- Displays with staff available in public locations
- Community information sessions and workshops
- Meetings to discuss specific issues
- Online forums
- Using the 'Have Your Say' online consultation portal.
Projects for which community comments are being sought, October - November 2017
Project name: M4-M5 Link EIS - Haberfield, Leichhardt, Lilyfield, Rozelle, Camperdown, St Peters
The M4-M5 Link project includes an interchange at Rozelle with provision for a future connection to the proposed Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link. It also includes an underground tunnel from the Rozelle Interchange to Victoria Road near Iron Cove Bridge, known as the 'Iron Cove Link'.
The interchange in Rozelle will be mostly underground and located at the site of the old Rozelle Rail Yards. By building the interchange mostly underground, the project will deliver new active transport options in Rozelle and up to 10 hectares of new green space. The M4-M5 Link will also provide an additional 2.5 hectares of green space in St Peters.
The M4-M5 Link Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is on public display for 60 days, between Friday 18 August and Monday 16 October.
The EIS is available online via the Department of Planning and Environment website. It can also be viewed electronically at any Service NSW Centre. Hard copies are also available to read at a number of display locations along the project corridor, which includes local councils and libraries.
Community members and other key stakeholders are invited to make formal submissions via either the DPE website, or via post.
As part of EIS consultation, community information sessions are being held to provide an opportunity for the community and stakeholders to ask the project team and specialists questions. More information about EIS display and information sessions are contained on the WestConnex website.