Driving a connected Sydney

WestConnex M4 East involves extending the M4 Motorway from Homebush to Haberfield (via Concord) in underground tunnels, including providing future connections to the M4–M5 Link.The project is about 6.5 kilometres in length (with 5.5 kilometres of the motorway in tunnel).

WestConnex New M5 involves duplicating the M5 East motorway corridor, with new underground motorway tunnels between Beverly Hills and a new interchange at St Peters. This Interchange allows for connections to Sydney Gateway and the M4-M5 Link.The New M5 tunnels provide connections for the proposed M4–M5 Link and the Southern Connector (a new potential motorway connecting to Sydney’s southern suburbs).

WestConnex M4-M5 Link will connect the M4 East in Haberfield to the New M5 in St Peters (via Rozelle and Camperdown) in underground motorway tunnels. It includes a future connection for the Western Harbour Tunnel and BeachesLink.

Open to traffic in July 2017, WestConnex M4 Widening involved widening the M4 Motorway between Parramatta and Homebush, creating an additional lane in each direction. The project was about 7.5 kilometres in length.

Open to traffic two months ahead of schedule in December 2016, this project involved upgrading the King Georges Road Interchange between the M5 West and the M5 East at Beverly Hills, in preparation for the New M5.


Community groups and organisations are being encouraged to apply for the next round of Sydney Motorway Corporation’s (SMC) Community Grant Scheme which supports local initiatives within the


The NSW Government has called for qualified parties to register their interest in the sale of 51 per cent of Sydney Motorway Corporation (SMC), the company delivering WestConnex.



The Wests Tigers’ community work off the field to deliver outreach programs for people in Western Sydney has doubled in less than a year, following its successful partnership with Sydney