Engineers from around the world have arrived on New South Wales’ Mid North Coast to help deliver one of Australia’s most complex road projects.
- Engineers and experts from Malaysia, Poland and Spain start work on the Coffs Harbour Bypass
- Transport for NSW says Australia’s engineering shortage makes hiring locally difficult
- The department says the priority is to hire Australian experts where possible
The $2.2 billion, 14-kilometre Coffs harbour Pacific Highway bypass will include three interchanges and three tunnels through mountainous terrain.
Transport for NSW said the project was…