The New England Highway’s Singleton Bypass and Bolivia Hill upgrade together have secured $603 million in infrastructure funds in the 2020 Federal budget.
Transport for NSW will now carry out further planning for the proposed bypass to finalise the concept design. Singleton Mayor Sue Moore said "The detailed design plan will obviously take two years, but funding on the board now and we'll get on and build the bypass as soon as possible."
Transport for NSW is currently planning for a New England Highway bypass of Singleton to improve traffic flow, travel times and safety through Singleton town centre. It's proposed to save motorists around six minutes in travel time, bypass up to five sets of traffic lights, and redirect around 15,000 vehicles per day away from the town centre.
Roads and Maritime Services preferred option for the bypass involves building a new section of highway west of Singleton across the floodplain. This would start near Newington Lane and rejoin the New England Highway north of McDougalls Hill.
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