Foxground and Berry bypass
The Foxground and Berry bypass will provide a four-lane divided highway (two lanes in each direction) with median separation for 11.6 kilometres of the Princes Highway between Toolijooa Road and Schofields Lane. The upgrade will include a bypass of the existing winding highway at Foxground and a bypass of Berry with access ramps at the north and south of the town.
For more information on the benefits of the project and to view some of the key features of the concept design, please view the project page.
The NSW Minister for Planning and Infrastructure has given environmental approval to the Foxground and Berry bypass, Princes Highway upgrade and has provided Conditions of Approval (PDF, 2.4MB) for the project. Further information is available on the environmental assessment page and letter to the householder.
A submissions report has been published responding to community and stakeholder submissions on the project. Go to the frequently asked questions page to read some of the questions being asked about the report.
Fulton Hogan has been announced as the preferred tenderer for the Foxground and Berry bypass.
Negotiations will now continue with Fulton Hogan, with the contract expected to be awarded around the middle of this year.
Once the contract is awarded detailed design will start. Major construction work is expected to commence around the end of the year.
Roads and Maritime will continue to consult with individual property owners to discuss property acquisition and access for investigations and environmental monitoring to prepare for the detailed design and construction.