Significant Milestones Reached on NorthConnex Project
Two significant milestones were achieved this week on the NorthConnex project with the opening of the new off ramp for the M1 and the opening of a third lane on the M2 Westbound Motorway between Pennant Hills Road and Windsor Road.
M1 Pacific Motorway Bridge Opens
A new bridge to carry southbound motorists on the M1 above the future NorthConnex tunnel portals has opened to traffic.
Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure Paul Fletcher said the opening of this bridge is the result of more than two years of planning and marks another major milestone for the $3 billion NorthConnex project.
M2 Motorway Third Lane Opens to Traffic
A third westbound lane between Pennant Hills Road and Windsor Road on the Hills M2 Motorway has opened three months ahead of schedule, resulting in a safer and more efficient journeys for motorists.
Transurban Group General Manager for NSW, Kris Cooney, said accelerating this opening highlights Transurban’s commitment to easing congestion and improving traffic flow on one of Sydney’s busiest motorways.
APP, in conjunction with Arcadis, was appointed as the Independent Certifier for the $3B NorthConnex project in Sydney’s north-west. Our team on the M1 Motorway Bridge of: Fergal Noonan, John Crouche, Russell Ford and Stuart Smyth, plus the M2 team of: Kevin Heuston, Isayas Girma, Mauricio Gonzalez, Bianca Diffin, Peter Ai and John Crouche have each worked tirelessly to deliver their part in achieving these significant milestones and is a fantastic achievement for everyone involved.