M1 (Australia)


M1 (Australia)

The M1 is designated stretches of National Highway 1 (A1) that are of; Dual-carriageway, freeway or Motorway Standard.

Such stretches of highway are:
* Queensland
** Bruce Highway from Cooroy to Bald Hills.
** Gateway Motorway from Bald Hills to Eight Mile Plains.
** Pacific Motorway from Eight Mile Plains to the New South Wales Border, linking 'directly' with the Tweed Heads bypass. The Tugun Bypass is opened for traffic in June 2008 [http://www.mainroads.qld.gov.au/content/Tugun%2BBypass%2BProject] .

* New South Wales
** As of today, 40% or 260 kilometres of the Pacific Highway is dual carriageway (construction is underway for a further 10% or 78 km of dual carriageway) [http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/constructionmaintenance/majorconstructionprojectsregional/pacifichighwayupgrade/index.html] in the following section(s);
*** Brisbane-Ewingsdale Interchange (Byron Bay exit) - Except for a 2.5km section at Sextons Hill that is not freeway standard, but still 4 lanes [http://www.pb.com.au/BanoraPoint/] [http://www.ministers.dotars.gov.au/jl/releases/2007/July/L047_2007.htm] [http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/constructionmaintenance/majorconstructionprojectsregional/pacifichighwayupgrade/index.html (Blue section on Map)] .
*** North Urunga to Coffs Harbour (bypassing Bonville) [http://bonville.abigroup.com.au/] - Coffs Harbour provides 4 lanes, not of freeway standard, planning is underway for a dual carriageway bypass of Coffs Harbour [http://www.conwag.com/external/chhp/] .
*** Eungai deviation dual carriageway (north of Kempsey) [http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/constructionmaintenance/majorconstructionprojectsregional/pacifichighwayupgrade/programdetails/eungaideviation2ndcarriageway.html]
*** Herons Creek to Oxley Highway Interchange (Port Macquarie exit) [http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/constructionmaintenance/majorconstructionprojectsregional/pacifichighwayupgrade/programdetails/heronscreekdeviationduplication.html] .
*** North Coopernook to Herons Creek - Construction underway [http://www.c2hc.com.au/index.html] [http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/doingbusinesswithus/tenderscontracts/contractsawarded/roadworks/class3/2007052314372922003.html]
*** North of Bulahdelah to North Coopernook [http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/constructionmaintenance/majorconstructionprojectsregional/pacifichighwayupgrade/index.html (Blue section on Map)] .
*** Bulahdelah bypass/upgrade - Early works commenced. [http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/constructionmaintenance/majorconstructionprojectsregional/pacifichighwayupgrade/bulahdelah/index.html] [http://taree.yourguide.com.au/detail.asp?class=news&subclass=general&story_id=1027551&category=general] [http://myallcoast.yourguide.com.au/detail.asp?class=news&subclass=general&story_id=1047686&category=general] [http://myallcoast.yourguide.com.au/detail.asp?story_id=1037321] [http://taree.yourguide.com.au/detail.asp?story_id=1027551] [http://www.auslink.gov.au/projects/ProjectDetails.aspx?Project_id=NSWUA0007]
*** Sydney to south of Bulahdelah [http://www.k2b.abigroup.com.au/] - Except for a 12km section at Hexham that is not freeway standard, but still 4 lanes [http://upstart2.theoutfit.co.nz/maunsell/_rta/] . [http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/constructionmaintenance/majorconstructionprojectsregional/pacifichighwayupgrade/roadworkinfo.html Weekly road conditions]

** Sydney-Newcastle Freeway (Also known as the F3)
** Southern Freeway (Also known as the F6)
*** Waterfall to Yellah.

* Victoria
** Princes Highway from:
*** Traralgon to Berwick.
** Monash Freeway from:
*** Berwick to Melbourne.
** CityLink (southern link section):
*** Central Melbourne (through Domain and Burnley Tunnels).
** West Gate Freeway from:
*** Melbourne to West Gate Interchange.
** Princes Freeway from:
*** West Gate Interchange to Geelong.

*South Australia
**South-Eastern Freeway from:
*** Murray Bridge to Crafers
**Adelaide-Crafers Highway from:
*** Crafters to Adelaide.

(List is Incomplete)


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