$1 billion for Western Sydney roads

Western Sydney is set for a $1 billion investment from the WestInvest fund to upgrade critical roads across the region.

15 January 2023

The investment in the road network will keep people moving, reduce congestion and boost flood resilience.

The funding will support a range of significant road projects across 15 Local Government Areas, including:

  • $200 million for safety improvements on Elizabeth Dr at critical sections between Devonshire Rd and Western Road, Kemps Creek;
  • $100 million to construct the Pitt Town bypass which has been identified as a crucial project following recent flooding events in the Hawkesbury-Nepean valley;
  • $100 million to enable the upgrade of a 3.4 kilometre section of Garfield Road East between Piccadilly Street, Riverstone and Windsor Road, Box Hill;
  • $600 million for roads infrastructure upgrades to be delivered within the 15 eligible WestInvest Local Government Areas, to be determined.

To find out more about the $3 billion NSW Government projects click here.

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