The highway would enable the movement of people and goods and supports sustainable growth of the local economy, employment opportunities and population.
It would contribute to the character of the places it serves and is resilient to adapt to natural hazards and climate change, respond to changing land use and supports new technologies, new industries and economic trends.
A safer corridor for all customers and communities including local traffic, freight, tourists, and public and active transport users.
A corridor that can be efficiently managed and maintained while adapting to changing social, environmental and economic factors including the ability to quickly recover from natural disasters and respond to changing land use and technologies.
A corridor that supports communities by connecting and contributing to providing attractive and healthy places to live, work and play.
A corridor that is socially, environmentally and economically sustainable and unlocks a wide range benefits for communities and other customers.
Connectivity and accessibility
A corridor that has good physical and digital connectivity and accessibility, for access to opportunity and services.
Building a 20 year plan
Since April 2020, Transport has been working with ARUP Australia and community and industry leaders to build a 20 year plan for the Princes Highway. We consulted with stakeholders to understand how they want to move in the future, the existing issues and constraints of the highway and how the transport network can better contribute to the places and economies it serves.
|Shoalhaven City Council|
|Eurobodalla Shire Council|
|Bega Valley Shire Council|
|Department of Primary Industries and Environment|
|Rural Fire Services|
|NSW Port Authority|
|Road Freight NSW|
|National Road Transport Association|