Upgrading the Mount Ousley Interchange

The $300 million upgrade of the Mount Ousley Interchange is a step closer with early works about to start.

The new interchange will replace the existing intersection of the Princes Motorway and Mount Ousley Road.

Early works will include relocating and installing water, gas, telecommunications and electrical services ahead of major construction in 2024.

A shortlist of contractors has been compiled ahead of the next stage of tendering for design and major construction of the interchange.

The $300 million Mount Ousley Interchange project is being jointly funded by the Australian and New South Wales governments on an 80:20 basis.

For more information on the Mount Ousley Interchange, visit https://nswroads.work/MountOusley.

Quotes attributable to Federal Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government Catherine King:

“This upgrade will stimulate the region’s economy by providing work and training opportunities as well as creating a better travel experience for drivers.

“Freight movement will be more efficient and safer, and travel times will significantly improve along the stretch, thanks to the separation of cars and heavy vehicles.”

Quotes attributable to NSW Minister for Metropolitan Roads Natalie Ward:

"The NSW Government’s investment in this major thoroughfare will provide better connections for both drivers and pedestrians.

“I’m excited to see this early work get underway because it’s crucial to our vision of creating a seamless journey along the M1 Princes Motorway through to Wollongong, making it an even better place to work and live.

“We’re also building and improving walking and cycling pathways, connecting suburbs to the north with the University of Wollongong and TAFE campus.”