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Infrastructure projects

The NSW Government is delivering a record infrastructure program, building a better future for everyone in NSW.

  • Sydney Metro train on bridge

    When Stage 2 of the Sydney Metro is complete, the new, fully automated railway will provide turn-up-and-go metro train services between 31 stations along a 66km railway.

  • light rail vehicles at Queens Wharf

    Newcastle Light Rail is a high capacity, frequent and reliable service through the city centre, connecting key activity precincts and opening up great urban renewal opportunities.

  • Workers constructing the NorthConnex tunnel

    NorthConnex will allow motorists to bypass 40 sets of traffic lights along the Pacific Highway to the Sydney CBD, and all traffic lights between Newcastle and Melbourne.

  • northern beaches b line bus at warringah mall

    As well as a double-decker bus service between the Northern Beaches and the Sydney CBD, the B-Line program includes modern bus stops, new commuter carparks and roadworks to improve traffic flow.

  • Bridge over Clarence River at Harwood is part of the Pacific Highway upgrade

    The Pacific Highway between Hexham and the Queensland border is being upgraded to four lanes, to reduce travel time and improve safety for road users.

  • Artist's impression of Sydney's George St with light rail

    When the Sydney Light Rail is complete, customers will be able to rely on turn-up-and-go services from the CBD to Randwick and Kingsford.

  • St Peters Westconnex Interchange

    WestConnex will remove bottlenecks, relieve congestion and improve the speed, reliability and safety of travel across Sydney.

  • artists impression westmead redevelopment

    The NSW Government is transforming the Westmead health, education and research precinct and delivering an innovative, integrated facility that will continue to deliver high-quality healthcare for decades to come.

  • View of the Anzac Memorial from Liverpool Street Photographed by Peter Bennetts courtesy of the Anzac Memorial

    Visitors are able to honour the men and women of NSW who have served in a quiet and dignified space.

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