The Hunter Expressway

Hunter Region

Environmental Protection licence (EPL) Data

The community can access Environmental Protection licence (EPL) monitoring data for the Hunter Expressway. This data can be found at the following locations.

Hunter Expressway Banner

The Hunter Expressway opened to traffic on 22 March 2014. It has improved travel times for motorists between Newcastle and the Upper Hunter and has improved journeys across the broader network.

Preliminary traffic data shows around 20,000 vehicles per day using the Hunter Expressway on weekdays and weekends.

See more information about the positive traffic impacts of the Hunter Expressway.

Hunter Expressway Milestones And Achievements 2013 Brochure

The $1.7 billion Hunter Expressway project is jointly funded, with the Australian Government providing $1.5 billion and the NSW Government contributing up to $200 million.
This brochure outlines the Milestones and Achievements for 2013.

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How to use the Hunter Expressway brochure

The Hunter Expressway is a 40 kilometre expressway link that will reduce travel times between Newcastle and the Upper Hunter.

The Hunter Expressway will provide significant improvements in travel time and safety for motorists travelling in this part of the Hunter region.

There are six interchanges where motorists can access the expressway. These interchanges are located at the M1 Pacific Motorway/Newcastle Link Road, Buchanan, Kurri Kurri, Loxford, Allandale and Branxton.

This brochure has been prepared to explain which interchange to use for your journeys.

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