Gladesville Road Hunters Hill

Transport for NSW is seeking feedback on safety and congestion improvements at the intersection of Gladesville Road and Joubert Street (south), Hunters Hill.
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Transport for NSW

What’s this about?

Transport for NSW is proposing a number of safety and congestion improvements at the intersection of Gladesville Road and Joubert Street (south), Hunters Hill.

The suggested improvements are:

  • installing 2 marked pedestrian crossings at both the Burns Bay Road exit ramp and neighbouring Joubert Street (north)
  • extending the existing median strip on Gladesville Road – this will remove the ability for northbound vehicles to continue through the intersection or turn right onto Gladesville Road from Joubert Street (south).

The project benefits are:

  • increasing pedestrian safety crossing both the Gladesville Road exit ramp and Joubert Street north (outside the Hunters Hill Hotel)
  • reducing vehicle movements at this intersection to improve safety and traffic congestion around the Burns Bay Road entry and exit ramps. 

Have your say

Have your say by Wednesday 5 June 2024. 

You can provide feedback in 4 ways.

Online consultation

Email

17 May 2024 to 5 June 2024

projects@transport.nsw.gov.au

Phone

17 May 2024 to 5 June 2024
9:00am to 11:59pm

Phone: 1800 684 490

Consultation period

From:17 May 2024
To:5 June 2024

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More information

Email: Project team
Phone: 1800 684 490
Agency Website
Consultation Website

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