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Project

Great Eastern Highway Bypass Interchange upgrades

Hazelmere

Overview

  • Road

    Project type
  • $386.5 million

    Total budget
  • Under Construction

    Project phase
  • Main Roads WA

    Lead agency
  • 1200

    Jobs supported
  • Late 2021

    Start date

    Late 2024

    End date

This project involves upgrading the Great Eastern Highway Bypass in Hazelmere, including the construction of new interchanges at Roe Highway and Abernethy Road.

A new grade separated interchange will replace one of the last remaining signalised intersections on Roe Highway to provide free flowing access between both roads.

Abernethy Road will be elevated to pass over the Bypass, with connectivity retained via a new grade separated interchange. Completion of the new interchange will allow removal of the signalised intersection of Stirling Crescent and the Bypass.

A new Principal Shared Path (PSP) will also be built along Roe Highway and Great Eastern Highway Bypass, completing the missing link in the 30 kilometre path between Midland and Jandakot.

Benefits

  • Improve travel times for local, regional and freight traffic
  • Improve road safety in Perth's Eastern Metropolitan Region
  • Improve traffic flow and relieve congestion
  • Time travel savings for more than 60,000 road users per day
  • Provide better connectivity, helping to support commercial developments in Midland
  • Improve links to Hazelmere, Forrestfield, Kewdale and Perth Airport industrial areas

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