Lake Macquarie Transport Interchange

Once constructed, the Lake Macquarie Transport Interchange (LMTI) will be a major connection between Glendale and Cardiff, providing an important transit interchange to meet the future transport needs of the Lower Hunter region.

The project would see the installation of about 2km of new road, with improved intersections and pedestrian, cycling and bus facilities. The project is jointly funded by the Australian Government through the Regional Development Australia Fund, by the NSW Government through the Hunter Infrastructure Investment Fund and Lake Macquarie City Council.

About the Lake Macquarie Transport Interchange

How the LMTI will improve the Glendale and Cardiff areas

Future direction

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Media and news

Media and news about the LMTI

Project supporters

National, state and local supporters of the LMTI

Show your support - Pennant Street Bridge

Show you support funding of the next stage of the LMTI

Page last updated: 01 July 2016