Sydney’s Anzac Bridge, past and present
Today, about 125,000 vehicles each day cross Sydney’s iconic bridge. Inaugurated in December 1995, the work immediately became a strategic artery for the Australian metropolis, because it was essential for connecting the Central Business District with the western area of the city. Today, the western area is at the center of a massive infrastructure plan financed by the NSW government with an investment of US$3.1 billion. The aim is to create new transport infrastructure that will cope with the growth of city traffic after the upcoming inauguration of the new Western Sydney International Airport.