HAVE YOUR SAY - ON M4-M5 LINK CONCEPT DESIGN

Written on the 17 May 2017 by Kevin Conolly

HAVE YOUR SAY - ON M4-M5 LINK CONCEPT DESIGN

Member for Riverstone Kevin Conolly is encouraging people in the community to have their say on the M4-M5 Link Concept Design which has now been released for community feedback.

The M4-M5 Link is the third and most important stage of WestConnex, connecting the New M4 at Haberfield and the New M5 at St Peters as well as the Iron Cove Bridge and Rozelle Interchange. When it's completed in 2023, it will create a
non-stop underground western bypass of Sydney's CBD with links to the port and airport precincts.

"Finally, the missing link in Sydney's motorway network between the M4 and M5 will be connected and I urge the community to submit their feedback now during the project's concept design phase," said Mr Conolly.

There are many ways for the community to have their say on the Concept Design:

Attend a community information session commencing 25 May 2017
Post a comment on the WestConnex online collaborative map
Complete an online feedback form
Email info@westconnex.com.au
Call toll free on 1800 660 248.

All feedback will be considered and, wherever possible, will be used to help create better outcomes for the community:

For more detailed information go to www.westconnex.com.au/m4-m5-link-get-involved


Author: Kevin Conolly

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