Port Kembla vision constrained by road, rail access: NSW Ports

Connor Pearce
Updated June 5 2023 - 3:02pm, first published June 4 2023 - 1:18pm
The increasing diameter of wind turbine towers will mean they will not be able to pass underneath bridges over the M1, forcing trucks onto Corrimal Street. Picture digitally altered by ACM
The increasing diameter of wind turbine towers will mean they will not be able to pass underneath bridges over the M1, forcing trucks onto Corrimal Street. Picture digitally altered by ACM

Wind turbine components more than six-metres high could be hauled down one of Wollongong's busiest streets as Port Kembla looks to double the number of ships coming through the port.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Federal Political Reporter at The Canberra Times

Federal Political Reporter working for The Canberra Times from the parliamentary press gallery. Something to get off your chest? Connor.pearce@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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