Three billion dollar NorthConnex set to open to drivers this week

Three billion dollar NorthConnex set to open to drivers this week

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//October 28, 2020

Sydney's newest motorway, the $3 billion NorthConnex will open to drivers for the first time from Saturday 31 October. 

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Major milestone for the NorthConnex as commuters drive through tunnels

Major milestone for the NorthConnex as commuters drive through tunnels

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//June 25, 2020

Sydney motorists have had their first end-to-end drive through the NorthConnex

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Project precision on the NorthConnex

Project precision on the NorthConnex

Posted in Latest News, Special Features//September 11, 2019

When Bitu-mill were tasked with cutting surfaces for the NorthConnex and Pacific Highway the company turned to C R Kennedy for the latest automated industry technology.

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Australia’s longest road tunnel on track for 2020 completion

Australia’s longest road tunnel on track for 2020 completion

Posted in Latest News, Project Report, Special Features//July 18, 2019

Driving from Newcastle to Melbourne without having to encounter a set of traffic lights is just one benefit of the NorthConnex tunnel. Roads & Infrastructure Magazine explains.

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Upskilling the infrastructure industry

Upskilling the infrastructure industry

Posted in Latest News//May 30, 2019

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine looks at the role major training hubs and initiatives play in upskilling Australia’s infrastructure industry and where the key challenges and opportunities are.

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‘Radical’ new road payment system needed to ease Sydney congestion

‘Radical’ new road payment system needed to ease Sydney congestion

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//March 12, 2019

Sydney’s traffic congestion, resulting from years of “political neglect”, can only be resolved with the introduction of a “radical” new system of charges for road usage, according to a University of Sydney Business School researcher.

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