Berry to Bomaderry upgrade passes milestone with more on the way
19 July 2021
The $450 million Berry to Bomaderry upgrade is powering ahead towards completion, with a new intersection now open to traffic and another expected in the next two months.
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said the new intersection at Croziers Road opened last month and there is more progress to come.
“The upgrade at Croziers Road delivered a new U-turn bay and intersection, and motorists and residents will see more of the road opened to traffic in coming months as the project nears completion,” Mr Toole said.
“This is another game changing project that continues our transformation of journeys along the Princes Highway.”
Mr Toole said traffic will be moved onto the new road between Croziers Road and Ison Lane in coming months while the final works are done on the Morschels Lane, Devitts Lane and Turners Lane interchange.
“As part of work to complete the interchange there will be some temporary changes in late July to finish construction in the area, weather permitting, including changed access to Turners Lane for around four weeks.
“Work will also take place to build the median between Devitts Lane and Meroo Road in August, weather permitting, which will involve temporary traffic changes for about six weeks for residents of Boxsells and Lamonds lanes.”
Transport for NSW will continue to keep the community informed as these changes occur, with the project on track for completion in 2022.
For more information and the latest project update about the Berry to Bomaderry upgrade, go to nswroads.work/berry