A consortium led by toll road giant Transurban today submitted a bid for a 51% interest in the $16.8 billion WestConnex motorway project. The NSW Government is selling a stake in the assets associated with the 33-kilometre motorway under construction in Sydney. Transurban’s bid is conditional on approvals from the […]
Two of the biggest infrastructure projects in Sydney are facing compensation claims from contractors against the NSW Government. The Australian claims the builders of Stage 2 of the WestConnex toll road are seeking an additional $1 billion over planning delays The government claims the $17 billion WestConnex project is still […]
Australia’s biggest toll road operator, Transurban, is looking to secure a slice of the biggest toll road project in Sydney, WestConnex, and that has the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) concerned. The competition watchdog has just issued a preliminary assessment of the proposal by the Transurban-led Sydney Transport Partners […]
The administrator of the merged Inner West Council has launched an unprecedented attack on WestConnex, accusing the controversial $17 billion project of running “inaccurate, confusing and misleading” consultation meetings with the local community. Administrator Richard Pearson, who was chosen by the NSW government to lead the area following former premier […]
The NSW government has released the latest plans for connecting the M4 and M5 tollways in Sydney’s inner west as part of the controversial $17 billion WestConnex project. The 9-kilometre M4-M5 Link tunnel between Haberfield and St Peters will also surface at Rozelle, in an already heavily congested area near […]
The NSW government will offer an extra $47,765 to people who’ve had their homes taken from them by the government over the last three years in a belated response to a review of the state’s compulsory acquisition laws. Stung by sustained criticism of the compensation process when homes are lost […]
$500 million extra in the latest NSW budget.
A history of getting the numbers wrong.
The infrastructure plans for Sydney continues to grow.
Gridlock in the making