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Toll gantry installation at the King Georges Road on and off ramps
Community Partner Wests Tigers wins 2018 NRL club community program
WestConnex grant drives training at The Children’s Hospital, Westmead
Sydney's New M5 take shape, both above and below ground
Local schools dig deep with WestConnex
WestConnex provides fast lane to licence with KARI partnership
GIANTS launch new Walkabout Indigenous program for Western Sydney students
Changed traffic conditions at St Peters
What's happening now
New M5 Public Art Strategy
Have your sayThe New M5 Draft Public Art Strategy aims to inform and encourage discussion on what public art opportunities should be realised for the New M5. The public art...
Increase in open space along the New M4 corridor
The Legacy Project aims to provide safe, vibrant and high quality open spaces for communities impacted by construction of the New M4 by delivering 5.76 hectares of additional...
New M4 tolls
Stretching 7.5km between Parramatta and Homebush and having increased from six to eight lanes, the New M4 is an even faster way to bypass 28 sets of traffic lights on...
M4-M5 Link Tunnels
Also referred to as M4-M5 Link Mainline Tunnels.Tunnels connecting the New M4 at Haberfield and the New M5 at St Peters. The M4-M5 Link is being delivered in two...
King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade
Upgrade of the King Georges Road Interchange between the M5 West Motorway and the M5 East Motorway at Beverly Hills, in preparation for the New M5 project.Work was fast-tracked...
Partnering with communities
As part of the commitment of the broader WestConnex project to connect communities, Sydney Motorway Corporation has established the Community Connections Program....
Duplicating the M5 East from King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade at Beverly Hills to a new interchange at St Peters. The New M5 will provide twin underground motorway...
Extending the M4 Motorway in tunnels between Homebush and Haberfield via Concord. Includes provision for the future connection to M4–M5 Link. The project is about 6.5km...
Extending the M4 Motorway in tunnels between Homebush and...
King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade
Upgrade of the King Georges Road Interchange between the M5...
Duplicating the M5 East from King Georges Road Interchange...
Photos & Videos
WestConnex supporting GIANTS Care
Wests Tigers - A faster way to the game with WestConnex
First tunnel breakthrough on New M5
WestConnex: 2017 a year in review
New M4 tunnel drivethrough
Millions of tonnes of spoil removed to build the New M5 tunnels
WestConnex drives Western Sydney jobs
New M5: Super T girder lift
New M4: Concord Road girder lift
WestConnex - faster, safer, more reliable
M4-M5 Link: Rozelle Interchange and Iron Cove Link
M4-M5 Link mainline tunnels animation
First tunnel breakthrough - SMC exclusive
Community Connections Program
Engineers Australia Experience It! conference supported by WestConnex
New M4 tunnel breakthrough
WestConnex tunnelling update
Ramsay Street cut and cover
Keeping our city moving
Tunnelling begins at Bexley North
New green space in St Peters
Cleaning up the Alexandria landfill site
New inner west park and tunnel link
Upgrade at King Georges Road interchange takes shape
New life for historic sandstone
The Hulk finishes M4 Widening work
Angelo from Granville
M4 Widening equipment goes west
Tunnelling begins in Homebush
FAQs See all
WestConnex is generating more than 18 hectares of new open space for communities in the inner west.
We sometimes use parks and other government-owned land during construction. This helps us to avoid the acquisition of private property. When we use green space during construction, we always try to return it for community use when construction is finished.
For surface road sections of the motorway, including the widened M4, the speed limit will generally be 90km/h. In tunnels, the speed limit will be 80km/h, the same as for other tunnels in Sydney. A small section connecting to Sydney Airport may have a lower speed limit.
WestConnex has a distance-based tolling system, like the existing M7 Motorway. Motorists pay only for the sections of the motorway they use and a maximum cap applies.
Tolls will be introduced as each section of WestConnex opens to traffic. The new M4 opened to traffic in July 2017, and distance-based tolls commenced in August 2017.
Distance based tolling will begin on the M5 East and the New M5 when the New M5 opens to traffic in early 2020.
Cars will pay one third of the heavy truck toll, reflecting the greater wear and tear trucks have on the motorway (an approach that is consistent with other Sydney motorways).
For the current toll estimates, see Using WestConnex.
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