The last of 86 girders on Sydney Gateway’s striking flyover bridge has been installed as construction progresses on the toll-free connection to the airport and beyond.
The 800-metre-long flyover bridge into Sydney’s Domestic Terminals will separate road users travelling to Mascot and Port Botany from those accessing the airport.
The 86 girders used to build the flyover are made of 100% Australian steel, with the new road one of 19 bridge structures being built across the $2.6 billion Gateway project.
Over the coming months, the focus of work will be on installing parapets, concreting and asphalting the flyover’s roadway.
Sydney Gateway remains on track to open to traffic late next year.