The approach to the F3-M2 Link project has been welcomed as a new funding and risk sharing model for the delivery of major road infrastructure projects in NSW, as well as one that could work equally well in other areas of infrastructure across other states.

That’s the opinion of Michael Batchelor, Chief Executive of AECOM for Australia/New Zealand, the consultant confirmed as Transurban’s Technical Advisor on the project. Following the New South Wales and Federal Government’s agreement to each contribute $405 million in funding – with the private sector to make up the difference –…