Ventia has been awarded the Sydney Roads Asset Performance (SRAP) Contract for the Parklands zone by Transport for NSW (TfNSW). 

The base contract is an initial nine-year term commencing July 2021, with options to extend. 

Ventia will provide road maintenance and asset management services to the Parklands zone and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) throughout Regional NSW.

The Parklands zone covers the western corridor of greater Sydney and consists of more than 919 kilometres of road, 158 bridges, 1 tunnel, 681 kilometres of cycleway, 186 kilometres of roadside safety barriers, 23,800 traffic signs and 708 traffic signals. 

The contract also includes the management of ITS across the Parklands zone and Regional NSW consisting of 7,672 streetlights and 5,312 other assets.

Group Executive Transport, Peter Borden said Ventia is looking forward to delivering on this important contract for TfNSW and the people of New South Wales and will continue to put safety and health above all else.

"Following our performance on the Stewardship Maintenance Contract, the SRAP Parklands contract allows us to build on our legacy of providing safe, smart and sustainable transport-related essential services to NSW," Mr Borden said.  

We have a solid track record of delivering asset management, maintenance and incident response services. We look forward to many more years of supporting TfNSW to help make this important road infrastructure work for our NSW communities.

As one of the largest providers of essential services in Australia and New Zealand, Ventia provides integrated road network, motorway and tunnel operations and maintenance services to support our clients with reliable and safe journey management, aiming to ensure safety and efficiency for the driving public. 

Ventia's other Transport clients include Transurban, Department of Transport, ConnectEast, Major Road Projects Victoria, Main Roads in Queensland and Main Roads Western Australia.


Pictured above left to right: Peter Borden, Group Executive Transport, Ventia; Tessa Knox-Grant, Exec Director, Planning and Programs; Elizabeth Mildwater - Dep Secretary, Greater Sydney; Howard Collins - Chief Operations Officer, Greater Sydney; and David Moffatt, Chairman, Ventia