Western Sydney Airport Precinct


Project overview

The NSW Government has partnered with the Australian Government and local councils to build the Western Sydney Airport Precinct, a new region of the Western Parkland City, which will deliver far-reaching, transformational change for the people of Western Sydney.

Transport for NSW is playing a critical role in creating access to, from and within the Airport Precinct and surrounding areas, providing integrated travel choices for our customers and local communities, enabling industry to create jobs, and connecting the region to the Western Parkland City, Greater Sydney and beyond.


Western Sydney Airport Precinct Portal

Find all Transport-related updates and information about our work in the Western Sydney Airport Precinct on our Portal. You can check out interactive maps, find project updates, contact us, and learn more about our long-term plan for an integrated transport network in the Airport Precinct.

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Project information


By 2056, the areas surrounding the Airport will be home to two million people, which will become a thriving economic hub of the Western Parkland City. 

New and better jobs will be created over the coming decades, unlocking opportunities for local people across aerospace and defence, manufacturing, healthcare, freight and logistics, agribusiness, education, and research industries.

The Airport Precinct will be a green, connected, and advanced city, attracting quality jobs, tourism and investment to the Western Parkland region, and we’re committed to building a transport system to enable this growth. 

We have an enormous task at hand over the next 30 years and beyond. So, we’re proactively working alongside our Australian Government, state and local government partners, as well as industry and developers, to maximise this once in a generation legacy for the people of Western Sydney.

What's happening

There’s a significant amount of work underway to prepare for the opening 
of the Western Sydney International Airport in 2026 and to provide access to the Airport Precinct and surrounding areas. This includes:

  • Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan – the M12 Motorway (open 2026)
  • Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport (open 2026)
  • Elizabeth Drive safety and access improvements – in development
  • Local and Rapid bus connections – in development.

We’re now prioritising the next phase of critical infrastructure and services required for 2026, including activating the local bus network and preserving road safety and access to keep up with the scale of growth and construction.

There will be continued disruption to our local communities, and it won’t be easy, but we’re committed to building a safe, sustainable and integrated transport network for the people of Western Sydney.

Indicative map - Airport Precinct transport projects

Our new Airport Precinct interactive map has the latest in project updates and information for you to explore. To find out more, please visit our Airport Precinct Portal.

To view maps showing corridors preserving land for future roads and railway lines, please see transport.nsw.gov.au/corridors

Have Your Say

The NSW Government is taking important steps in planning the transport network in the Western Sydney International Airport Precinct, with two consultations underway on the planned road network for the precinct.

To have your say on the Elizabeth Drive upgrade project, visit the Elizabeth Drive upgrade project page.

To have your say on plans for the Airport Precinct Road Network, visit the Western Sydney International Airport Precinct Road Network page.


Key Airport Precinct projects

Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan

The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan will transform the region's economy and make Western Sydney an even better place to live and do business now and in the future.

M12 Motorway

The Australian and NSW governments are building a new motorway as part of the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan (WSIP) road investment program.

Mamre Road upgrade between the M4 Motorway, St Clair and Erskine Park Road, Erskine Park

The NSW Government is planning the upgrade of Mamre Road between Erskine Park Road, Erskine Park and Kerrs Road, Kemps Creek. The project will meet the future transport demand associated with the Western Sydney Priority Growth Area.

Project documents

Contact us

Transport for NSW is committed to keeping the community and key partners informed about the development of transport infrastructure and services for the Western Sydney Airport Precinct.