TfNSW’s Sydney Gateway Strikes 50% Completion

ASCP member TfNSW’s Sydney Gateway has just reached a major milestone of achieving 50% completion, on time and on budget. 

The $2.6 billion world-class project is a key element of tfNSW’s Future Transport Strategy 2056 which provides a 40-year vision for our transport system. The strategy focuses on the role of transport in delivering movement and place outcomes that support the character of the places and communities we want for the future.

Upon completion the project will comprise of a toll-free, high-capacity connection from St Peters Interchange to the International and Domestic terminals. The world-class infrastructure will reduce congestion, divert trucks from local streets around Mascot, and improve traffic flow. A needed investment as Sydney’s population grows exponentially to similar sizes of London and New York by 2056. 

Image credit: Seymour Whyte

Back in 2020, TfNSW awarded the design and construction contract to ASCP member Seymour Whyte – a multi award-winning civil contractor – in a 50/50 joint venture with the John Holland Group.

Seymour Whyte Managing Director and CEO John Kirkwood speaks on his working relationship with the John Holland Group explaining, “..Together, we draw on our combined proven capability to efficiently deliver major infrastructure projects for an integrated road and public transport network.”

He continues, “We are committed to working closely with our local suppliers, local communities and the government to deliver this important project safely and efficiently,” he said.

Image Credit: Seymour Whyte

The construction of the Sydney Gateway commenced in 2021 with the project scheduled to open to the traffic late 2024. 

Visit tfNSW’S official website.

Visit Seymour Whyte’s official website.


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