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Halfway mark for Sydney’s mammoth spaghetti junction

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Tunnelling on the Rozelle Interchange – the 24-kilometre spaghetti junction twisting beneath Sydney’s inner west – has reached its halfway point, though local residents are still facing years of disruption.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Transport Minister Andrew Constance visited the vast construction site at Rozelle on Thursday, celebrating 12 kilometres of tunnelling being completed on the almost $4 billion project.

Tunnelling on the Rozelle Interchange has reached halfway.Credit:Wolter Peters

Mr Constance said the interchange, which will link the $18 billion WestConnex motorway to a new second tunnel beneath Sydney Harbour, remained on time and on budget, with construction likely to be completed in late 2023.

“In terms of the…



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