About the Albion Park Rail bypass

Roads and Maritime Services is building an extension of the M1 Princes Motorway between Yallah and Oak Flats to bypass Albion Park Rail. The NSW Government is funding the $630 million project.

The new motorway would complete the "missing link" for a high standard road between Sydney and Bomaderry. It would bypass six sets of traffic lights in Albion Park Rail and enable high speed travel from Heathcote to Bomaderry.

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Interchange at Albion Park
Interchange at Tongarra Road
Croom Regional Sporting Complex
Interchange at Oak Flats
Proposed noise barriers
Tie-in to the Princes Highway
The Northern interchange is not part of this stage of construction.
Timing for construction subject to funding and traffic demand.
Free flowing connections on and off the motorway
Two lanes each way with median separation
Twin bridges over Yallah Road
200m long twin bridges across the Macquarie Rivulet
Twin bridges across Frazers Creek
Twin bridges across Frazers Creek
Interchange footprint reduced to minimise agricultural impacts
Illawarra Highway northbound exit ramp
Both ramps signalised at Tongarra Road
Concrete safety barrier
Shared path
Frazers Creek to be diverted under new twin bridges
Vehicle and pedestrian access under motorway
Entrance to Croom Regional Sporting Complex
Bridge over motorway for Croome Road
Local road separates local and through traffic.
This replaces the East West Link.
Woollybutt Drive becomes a cul-de-sac
Traffic lights are being installed
Traffic lights and access to quarry
Noise mound
Traffic lights and access to quarry
Durgadin Drive becomes a cul-de-sac
Full access between the motorway, Princes Highway,
New Lake Entrance Road and new local road
Tie-in to the Princes Highway
Traffic lights at Oak Flasts interchange to improve traffic flow