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RMS – Narellan Road Upgrade – New South Wales - Project Profile

RMS – Narellan Road Upgrade – New South Wales - Project Profile


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The Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) of North South Wales Government is undertaking construction of the road upgrade project in Australia.

The project involves the upgrade of a 6.8km section of Narellan Road, between Camden Valley Way at Narellan and Blaxland Road at Campbelltown, in various stages.

The first stage includes the upgrade of a 1.4km road between the M31 Hume Motorway and the access road to the TAFE/University of Western Sydney.

The project includes the upgrade of a Narellan Road to a six-lane divided road, of three lanes in each direction with a central median, the widening of southbound off ramps from the M31 Hume Motorway to Narellan Road to three lanes at the intersection with Narellan Road, the upgrade of TAFE/University of Western Sydney (UWS) roundabout to dual lanes, and the construction of an Incident Response Facility at the south-east corner of the M31 Hume Motorway interchange.

The second stage includes the upgrade of 5.4km of Narellan Road from the M31 Hume Motorway to Camden Valley Way and from the access road to the TAFE/ UWS at Campbelltown to Blaxland Road.

It includes the addition of three westbound lanes between the UWS/TAFE access road and the Hume Motorway interchange, three eastbound lanes between the Hume Motorway interchange and Blaxland Road and the upgrade of UWS/TAFE intersection with dual right turn lanes into UWS/TAFE access road.

The third stage will include the upgrade of right turn lanes on Narellan Road at the Blaxland Road/Gilchrist Drive intersection to provide dual turning lanes into Blaxland Road and lengthen the dual right turn lanes into Gilchrist Drive.

Fourth stage will include the construction of three lanes in both directions between Hartley Road/Waterworth Drive and Tramway Drive/Mount Annan Drive, three lanes westbound between Camden Bypass and Waterworth Drive, dual right turn lanes into Camden Valley Way, Hartley Road and Waterworth Drive and triple right turn lanes into Narellan Road (eastbound) from Camden Valley Way (northbound).

The fifth stage will include the widening of eastbound bridge over the Hume Motorway to provide three lanes at the interchange, improving the southbound exit ramp to Campbelltown and construction of four eastbound lanes between Tramway Drive and Hume Motorway.

The project is jointly funded by the NSW State Government and Federal Government.

In November and December 2012, RMS sought feedback from the community on the preliminary road design, including the proposed stages for delivering the project.

In May and June 2013, RMS sought feedback on the environmental impact assessment of the proposed upgrade, known as a Review of Environmental Factors (REF). The REF assesses the potential environmental impacts, identifies environmental issues and outlines mitigation and management measures.

In July 2013, RMS published the submission reports which documents 44 responses received from the community and stakeholders.

In August 2013, Hyder Consulting was awarded the US$2.11 million design contract.

On January 20, 2014, RMS invited tenders for Stage One EPC contractor with February 26, 2014, as bids submission due to date.

In May 2014, BMD Constructions Pty Ltd was appointed as EPC contractor for stage one.

In July 2014, construction activities on the first stage commenced.

On June 15, 2015, a tender for the second stage was issued with the submission deadline on July 15, 2015.

Seymour Whyte Constructions Ltd. has been appointed as construction contractor for the second stage.

In December 2015, construction activities commenced on second stage.

In April 2016, Construction works on the first stage completed and opened for traffic.

In May 2016, the Australian and New South Wales governments funded US$12.3 million for the project.

In June 2016, Civmec Construction and Engineering (Civmec) has been appointed as supply contractor for the second stage.

In May 2017, Federal Government announced US$39 million funding in equity for the project over next 10 years. Out of which US$1 million to be provided for planning and preparatory work in 2017-18.

The government plans to establish a government-owned company with strong private sector expertise in FY2017/18 to manage the development process.

Construction activities on the second stage are underway and expected to complete by third quarter 2018.


The project involves the upgrade of a 6.8km section of Narellan Road, between Camden Valley Way at Narellan and Blaxland Road at Campbelltown in New South Wales, Australia.

The US$82 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of additional road lanes

2. Construction of pedestrian ways

3. Construction of cycling tracks

4. Construction of turning lanes

5. Construction of a heavy vehicle inspection bay

6. Construction of a traffic incident response facility

7. Construction of a pedestrian bridge

8. Construction of exit ramps

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