Planning for the future of Mamre Road is moving full speed ahead with the start of site investigations south of Erskine Park Road.

Member for Mulgoa Tanya Davies said both Stage 1 and Stage 2 would support jobs in Western Sydney.

“I’m excited to see the start of construction next year on Stage 1 between the M4 Motorway at St Clair and Erskine Park Road at Erskine Park,” Mrs Davies said.

“Stage 2 between Erskine Park and Kemps Creek is also crucial to the Mamre Rd Precinct which will also include 5,200 construction jobs and 17,000 ongoing jobs when fully complete.”

Minister for Metropolitan Roads Natalie Ward said $10 million in funding will be used to progress a concept design and Final Business Case for Stage 2.

“We’re committed to ensuring the growing number of people in this region have access to the infrastructure they need into the future which includes an upgraded Mamre Road,” Mrs Ward said.

“Site investigations will begin now for the second stage of the upgrade between Erskine Park Road and Kerrs Road which will connect the Mamre Road precinct to major motorways which include the M4 in the north and the future M12 in the south”.

The community will continue to be consulted and will have their say as part of the planning approval process for the project.

Longer term planning will also see the area served by the Western Sydney Freight line, including an intermodal facility.

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