Princes Highway Moruya, looking north east

Moruya bypass

Transport for NSW is making progress building a safer and more efficient Princes Highway and has announced plans for a proposed Moruya bypass as part of the Princes Highway upgrade program.

Update on our planned drop in session events

Transport for NSW is following NSW Health advice relating to social distancing and has moved face to face community information sessions for the projects online.

Details for the live stream Question and Answer event with the project team is currently being finalised. You can subscribe for updates or visit this web page for dates and times of the live stream events.

Project information

The project team is seeking the community's thoughts, concerns and recommendations on the project and the Princes Highway in your area before developing options and features for the Moruya bypass. Feedback will make sure all concerns and queries are considered before developing the project further.

The Princes Highway is a critical link between Sydney and the Illawarra Region with the NSW South Coast down to the Victorian border. It provides vital connections between towns and regional centres and is an important freight link. The Princes Highway connects key east-west road corridors and is a significant route for inter-regional business, tourism and leisure travel.

A bypass would unlock opportunities to improve the feel of Moruya town centre for the benefit of locals, pedestrians and businesses and complement the appealing, tourist-friendly experience of the town.

A summary of community feedback will be available once consultation closes. This will inform our planning and concept design of the proposed bypass. We will keep the community updated as the project progresses.

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17 March 2020

Shaping the future of the Princes Highway



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