The Homebush Bay Bridge will connect, transport and sustain two of Sydney's newest communities. It will create a new landmark in Sydney's inner west and set a new benchmark in environmentally sustainable transport and service infrastructure in Sydney.

Reaching some 300 metres across Homebush Bay, the bridge is designed for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport. It will connect the growing communities of Rhodes and Wentworth Point to parklands, shopping, entertainment and other facilities and will help reduce private car use. The bridge will also have the capacity to carry service infrastructure but will not be open to private vehicles.

The Homebush Bay Bridge will provide a significant step in establishing a cycle and pedestrian link on the southern foreshore of Parramatta River, and reduce the distance to travel between Wentworth Point and Rhodes railway station from about 8km to less than 1km.

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Construction of the Homebush Bay Bridge is now well underway. The Bridge contractors, VSL Brady Joint Venture were appointed in mid 2014 and have been onsite since early 2015. The project has been fully funded upfront by the Billbergia Group and the Wentworth Point Landowners. The Bridge is scheduled to be complete and will open in early in 2016. It will be handed to the NSW government on completion.

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The bridge deck will span up to 68m between piers

Work on bridge pylons underway looking
towards Rhodes