The Warringah Freeway Upgrade Project is part of the Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link (WHTBL) Program and will upgrade approximately 4 km of the Warringah Freeway, Australia’s busiest road. The project will improve the way the existing Freeway operates, reduce merging, provide a dedicated bus lane and provide connections to the future Northern Beaches Tunnel and the Western Harbour Tunnel and into the WestConnex roadways system.
The Warringah Freeway Upgrade Project is a critical component of the WHTBL Program.
Key features of the Warringah Freeway Upgrade Project include:
TfNSW required a transaction services provider to manage the procurement of the $1.8 billion Incentivised Target Cost contract for the design and construction of the Warringah Freeway Upgrade Project. Our Director Richard Martin took on the role of Transaction Lead and is supported by our Advisors Matt Frewer (Transaction Manager) and Siva Hesavan, Kevin Tran and Sep Zarrin (Transaction Advisors).
The Project will enable the connection of the new motorways planned under the WHTBL Program into the existing motorway network. This upgrade will ensure the WHTBL Program delivers its connectivity and safety benefits for public transport, freight and private vehicle customers. It will also improve the journey experience for existing users. Once complete, the upgraded corridor will optimise demand across the Sydney Harbour Tunnel, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the future Western Harbour Tunnel.
The Transaction team is responsible for:
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