NSW has a $ 90 billion infrastructure pipeline planned for the next four years, but the state will also receive more than $ 7 billion from the federal government for new projects.
Last year's budget gave NSW a little money for three projects.
This year's funding is included at $ 3.5 billion for the first leg of the Western Link North Western Sydney, including $ 61 million for the Elizabeth Drive Overpass.
The new railway line runs from St Marys to Sydney's new airport in Badgerys Creek.
There is $ 1.6 billion for the extension of the M1 Pacific Motorway at Raymond Terrace, as well as $ 500 million for an upgrade of the Princes Highway.
A third crossing on the Hawkesbury River will be built with a $ 200 million investment and there will also be $ 254 million from the Expanded Urban Congestion Fund for projects in Sydney and the Central Coast with points of contact in Eastwood, Kirrawee and Sydney Olympic Park .
Passenger parking in Gosford, Panania, Hurstville and Woy Woy will also be funded in a $ 50 million pocket of the Federal Government's Urban Congestion Fund.
The federal government will also provide $ 40 million for detailed evaluations of fast rail corridors, including NSW from Sydney to Wollongong and Sydney to Parkes (via Bathurst and Orange).
The government has funded a study on fast rail from Sydney to Newcastle.
At the end of last year, Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced that if she were re-elected, the Coalition would "start work" on a fast rail network.
There would be considered four routes between Sydney and regional cities, including Sydney to Canberra, Sydney to Nowra, Sydney to Newcastle and Port Macquarie and Sydney to the Midwest.
Berejiklian said he would not wait for the other states or the federal government. "I can give you this assurance: we will be starting the next government term," Berejiklian said in December.
The budget also provides funding of $ 496 million for "strategically important roads" in rural and regional areas of the state.
Health and hospital funding in NSW will increase by $ 1.1 billion between 2019-20 and 2022-23, including $ 761.3 million extra this year
Major investments include $ 64.8 million for the Community Health and Hospital Program and $ 100 million for a comprehensive Childhood Cancer Center at Sydney Children's Hospital in Randwick.
The federal government says payments to NSW's public hospitals have increased by 59 percent from $ 4.3 billion in 2012-13 to $ 6.8 billion in 2019-20.
Payments from GST to NSW will also increase, estimated at $ 18.7 billion in 2019-20, an increase of $ 761.3 million compared to 2018-19.
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has said that NSW is "rapidly changing" the GST, as well as funding the federal infrastructure, requiring the state to get a better deal.
An analysis of the infrastructure finance projections released earlier this year by Perrottet's office showed that NSW would receive on average less per capita Commonwealth money than all states except Victoria in the next four years.
- Princes Highway upgrade, $ 500 million
- Hawkesbury River third crossing, $ 200 million
- Extension of M1 Pacific Motorway to Raymond Terrace, $ 1.6 billion
- Western Sydney North-South Railway, $ 3.5 billion
- Urban Congestion Fund, US $ 254 million
Alexandra Smith is political editor of The Sydney Morning Herald.