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  • The NSW Government is working closely with Bankstown City Council, Canterbury City Council, Marrickville Council and the local community to look at opportunities for more homes, jobs, better public spaces, shops and cafes that are within walking distance of the eleven train stations between Sydenham and Bankstown.

  • Road safety and traffic efficency improvements on Bells Line of Road between Lithgow and Kurrajong Heights.

  • Widening the Great Western Highway from two to four lanes between Ridge Street, Lawson to 400 metres west of Genevieve Road, Bullaburra.

  • Upgrade of Bringelly Road from two lanes to six between the eastern side of Upper Canal bridge and the western side of the Eastwood Road intersection, through the future Leppington Town Centre. The rest of Bringelly Road will also be upgraded from two lanes to four.

  • Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from two to four lanes between Oran Park Drive, Harrington Park and Bringelly Road, Leppington. This project was completed in December 2015.  

  • Upgrade of Narellan Road between Camden Valley Way at Narellan and Blaxland Road at Campbelltown to six lanes to improve traffic flow and road safety.

  • Planning and design is underway for a proposed upgrade of Campbelltown Road between Hume Highway/Camden Valley Way, Casula and Brooks Road, Denham Court.

  • Upgrade of 1.5km of Old Wallgrove Road between Roberts Road and the M7 Motorway. The upgrade will improve access to the Western Sydney Employment Area, which is located near the intersection of the M4 and M7 Motorways and is expected to provide 40,000 jobs.

  • Proposal to widen Glenfield Road between Campbelltown Road and Brampton Avenue as part of the Pinch Point Program to reduce congestion and improve travel times.

  • Planning is underway to improve the intersection of Henry Lawson Drive and Bullecourt Avenue, Milperra to improve traffic flow and safety.

  • Planning is underway to build an extra right turn lane from the Hume Highway westbound into Miller Road, Bass Hill to reduce traffic delays.

  • Construction is underway for an extra right turn lane from the Hume Highway westbound into Woodville Road to reduce traffic delays and improve safety.

  • Intersection upgrade of Parramatta Road and Hume Highway, Ashfield to improve traffic flow and safety by providing more room for motorists heading eastbound wishing to turn right from Parramatta Road into the Hume Highway or motorists heading westbound wanting to turn left from Parramatta Road into Hume Highway.

  • Jane Street and Mulgoa Road infrastructure upgrade will alleviate congestion and improve traffic flow along Mulgoa Road and Castlereagh Road adjacent to Penrith’s CBD.

  • The Australian and NSW governments are proposing to introduce intelligent technology, known as a Smart Motorway system, to Sydney’s M4 Motorway between Pitt Street, Mays Hill and Lapstone. Smart Motorways, also known as managed motorways, use complementary technologies to monitor traffic conditions, manage congestion and respond to incidents in real-time.

  • Memorial Avenue is about 2.2km long and connects Old Windsor Road in the west to Windsor Road in the east. The upgrade will increase the road to four lanes to meet the future transport needs of Sydney’s north west.

  • Transport for NSW is proposing to upgrade Meadowbank Wharf and the interchange.

  • Community consultation has been carried out on the future of the Meccano Set, intersection of Woodville Road, Henry Lawson Drive, Lansdowne. Two options are available. Repaint and maintain the structure or remove it completely and replace it with traffic signals and directional signage.

  • Planning is underway to build a new four lane motorway to become the main east-west connection between the M7 Motorway and The Northern Road and to provide access to the proposed western Sydney airport at Badgerys Creek.

  • Planning is underway to build a new pedestrian and cyclist bridge spanning the Nepean River between Penrith and Emu Plains.

  • Transport for NSW is proposing to upgrade Parramatta Wharf.

  • Planning is underway to upgrade 3.6km of the Prospect Highway between Reservoir Road at Prospect and St Martins Crescent at Blacktown to reduce congestion and meet future traffic demand on this road corridor.

  • Transport for NSW is proposing to deliver a new wharf at Rhodes and upgrades and interchange improvements.

  • Congestion on Richmond Bridge and approaches is currently being addressed with improvements to three intersections.

  • Richmond Road is being progressively upgraded from a two lane road north of Bells Creek Bridge, Colebee to the South Creek floodplain. The upgrade will see Richmond Road widened to a four lane road with provision for six lanes in the future.

  • Proposed road network strategy for the North West Growth Centre, which is expected to expand by about 200,000 residents in the next 20–30 years.

  • Transport for NSW is proposing to upgrade Rydalmere Wharf, deliver a new wharf at Rhodes and upgrade the interchange.