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About the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan

The Australian and NSW governments are funding a 10 year, $3.6 billion road investment program for western Sydney. The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan will deliver major road infrastructure upgrades to support an integrated transport solution for the region and capitalise on the economic benefits from developing Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek.

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Western Sydney Employment Area

The NSW Government established the Western Sydney Employment Area to provide businesses in the region with land for industry and employment, including transport and logistics, warehousing and office space. Located about 50 kilometres from the Sydney central business district, the Western Sydney Employment Area will give these businesses access to roads and utility services at a location close to Western Sydney Airport.

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Western Sydney Airport Growth Area

The NSW Government is investigating opportunities for new jobs, homes, infrastructure and services around the Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek.

The Western Sydney Airport Growth Area will provide local people with better access to jobs within and around the airport, as well as infrastructure and services for local residents.

The Department of Planning and Environment is working closely with Liverpool City Council and Penrith City Council to prepare interim Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan. This will guide new infrastructure investment, identify new homes and jobs close to transport, and coordinate services in the area.

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South West Growth Area

The NSW Government is working with local councils and communities to help provide new homes in the south west of Sydney that are close to jobs, parks, schools and amenities.

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Western Sydney Airport

The Australian Government has announced that Badgerys Creek will be the site for Western Sydney Airport. The Government is strongly committed to the western Sydney region, where the new airport will be a major generator of economic activity – providing employment opportunities closer to where people in western Sydney live.

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South West Rail Link

The South West Rail Link is a NSW Government initiative to respond to issues of reliability and passenger growth on the metropolitan rail network and population growth in south-west Sydney. The South West Rail Link includes a major upgrade of Glenfield Station and bus/rail interchange and a new twin track passenger rail line from Glenfield to Leppington via Edmondson Park.

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Bungarribee Road and Flushcombe Road signalisation scoping

As part of round two of the Australian Government funded Local Roads Package, Blacktown City Council was granted $526,000 to develop options and complete preliminary investigations for safety and efficiency improvement at this intersection.

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Argyle Sreet / Camden Valley Way intersection upgrade

As part of the first round of funding for the Local Roads Package, the Australian Government granted Camden Council up to $2.14 million across two years to build new traffic lights at the intersection of Argyle Street and Oxley Street, Camden and new pedestrian lights in Argyle Street west of Hill Street. Work on the Oxley Street traffic lights was completed in December 2015 and work on the pedestrian lights was completed in July 2016. Camden Council was also granted $150,000 for a study to identify future road improvement opportunities along Camden Valley Way between the Camden Town Centre and The Northern Road. This study was completed in September 2015.

In July 2016 as part of the round two funding for the Local Roads Package, Camden Council was granted $4.3 million to realign Macarthur Road on the approach to Camden Valley Way and install new traffic lights at the Camden Valley Way and Macarthur Road intersection.

Camden Council was also granted $4.01 million to upgrade the Grahams Hill Road and Richardson Road intersection to include right turn bays on Camden Valley Way into Grahams Hill Road. The project includes traffic light adjustments and a new shared path on the southern side of Camden Valley Way.

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Cumberland Highway intersection upgrades

Fairfield City Council was granted $5.8 million over two years to upgrade the Cumberland Highway intersections at Hamilton Road, St Johns Road and Johns Street. The upgrades include local road widening, increased capacity of turning bays,adjustments and re‐phasing of traffic lights and utility services work.

The last of the upgraded intersections opened to traffic in September 2016, significantly improving traffic flow for motorists travelling in and around Cabramatta, Canley Heights and Fairfield West.

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Eagle Vale Drive upgrade

Campbelltown City Council was granted $12.01 million over two years as part of the Australian Government funded Local Roads Package to upgrade Eagle Vale Drive, between Badgally Road and Raby Road,Eagle Vale.
The 1.7 kilometre upgrade of Eagle Vale Drive between Badgally Road at Blairmount and Raby Road at Eagle Vale was completed in December 2016. The upgrade has increased road capacity and provided safer and improved access from residential areas to the major road network including to the Raby Road on-ramp at the Hume Motorway.

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Erskine Park Road – road study

As part of the Australian Government funded Local Roads Package, Penrith City Council was granted $1.1 million for a traffic, safety and scoping study to identify issues and options to upgrade a number of intersections on The Northern Road and on Erskine Park Road between the M4 Western Motorway and Mamre Road, Erskine Park. These studies are now complete, and the Australian Government has provided further funding to Penrith City Council for four additional upgrade projects as part of round two of the Local Roads Package. These include:
Erskine Park Road and Peppertree Drive intersection upgrade
$11.3 million to upgrade the existing intersection at Erskine Park Road and Peppertree Drive to a seagull intersection. The upgrade will improve road safety and traffic efficiency. The detailed design is currently progressing and construction is expected to start in early 2018 and finish in mid-2019.
Erskine Park Road and Bennett Road upgrade
$7.5 million to upgrade the intersection at Bennett Road and Erskine Park Road and install traffic lights. The upgrade will improve road safety and traffic efficiency. Construction is expected to start in early 2018 and finish in mid-2019.
Erskine Park Road and Coonawarra Drive intersection upgrade
$6.9 million to upgrade the intersection at Coonawarra Drive and Erskine Park Road to a seagull intersection. The upgrade will improve road safety and traffic efficiency. The detailed design is currently progressing and construction is expected to start in early 2018 and finish in mid-2019.
Erskine Park Road and Explorers Way intersection upgrade
$3.4 million to upgrade the intersection at Explorers Way and Erskine Park Road and install traffic lights. The upgrade will improve road safety and traffic efficiency.
At the completion of the Erskine Park Road intersection upgrades, Erskine Park Road will have been widened to four lanes between Bennett Road and Explorers Way to join the existing four lane section north of this location. Construction is expected to start in early 2018 and finish in mid-2019.

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Porrende Street upgrade scoping

Camden Council was granted $120,000 as part of the Australian Government funded Local Roads Package to develop options and complete a concept design for Porrende Street between The Northern Road intersection and Grahams Hill Road.

The concept design was completed in August 2017 and Camden Council will be seeking construction funding as part of its Round Three project proposals.

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Raby Road from Eschol Park Drive to Stranraer Drive scoping study

Campbelltown City Council was granted $655,000 as part of the Australian Government funded Local Roads Package to carry out traffic, safety and scoping studies to identify issues and options to upgrade Raby Road from Eschol Park Drive to Stranraer Drive.

The study was completed in March 2017 and Council is now progressing concept designs at two intersections, Raby Road/Eagle Vale Drive and Raby Road/Spitfire Drive. Council is proposing to seek construction funding as part of its Round Three project proposals.

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Smithfield Road upgrade

Fairfield City Council was granted $16.4 million as part of the Australian Government funded Local Roads Package to upgrade Smithfield Road to a four lane road. The project includes a number of intersection upgrades and realignment of Richards Road at Smithfield Road.

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The Northern Road intersections upgrade

Following the completion of a $1.1 million traffic, safety and scoping study of options to upgrade a number of intersections at The Northern Road and Erskine Park Road, Penrith City Council was granted $6.7 million to upgrade intersections on The Northern Road at the Great Western Highway and at Derby Street. As part of the project, a roundabout would be built at the Bringelly Road/Caddens Road intersection. The upgrade of these intersections will improve road safety and traffic efficiency.

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Wetherill St upgrade

Fairfield City Council was granted $8.2 million over two years to upgrade Wetherill Street, Wetherill Park between Polding Street and Victoria Street. The upgrade duplicated Wetherill Street from two lanes to four lanes, straightened the road and provided new traffic lights at the intersection of Wetherill Street and Shakespeare Street, as well as new pedestrian lights outside Smithfield West Primary School.
The upgrade opened to traffic in July 2016, making it easier for road users to access key destinations in the Fairfield Local Government Area.

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Bringelly Road upgrade

Construction

Roads and Maritime Services is delivering the Bringelly Road upgrade in two stages. Construction of Stage 1 from Camden Valley Way, Leppington to King Street, Rossmore started in January 2015 and is expected to be open to traffic in mid-2018.
Construction of the 4.3km Stage 2 from King Street, Rossmore to The Northern Road, Bringelly started in September-2017 and is expected to be open to traffic in 2020.
One of the main benefits of the project is the increased capacity for future growth and improved access to the new Leppington Railway Station, the M5 and M7 motorways, Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek and the future South West Priority Land Release Area.

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The Northern Road and Bringelly Road Interchange

Construction

A grade separated interchange will be built at this intersection as part of the upgrade of The Northern Road and Bringelly Road. Construction on The Northern Road and Bringelly Road upgrades started in mid-2017 and both projects, including the interchange, will be complete in 2020.

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M12 Motorway

The M12 Motorway would connect the M7 Motorway near Cecil Park to The Northern Road near Luddenham, to provide access and traffic capacity for the Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek. The 16 kilometre motorway would be built for up to six lanes with a wide central median to separate opposing traffic flow.

Glenbrook Intersection upgrade

In March 2015, the Australian and NSW governments announced $5 million funding as part of WSIP to upgrade the intersection of Ross Street and the Great Western Highway, Glenbrook. The objective of this project is to manage congestion and improve safety. Traffic lights are being considered for this intersection.

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The Northern Road upgrade - The Old Northern Road to Peter Brock Drive

Construction

The Northern Road upgrade between The Old Northern Road, Narellan and Peter Brock Drive, Oran Park is a 3.3km upgrade.When built, it would have the safety, capacity and reliability improvements that are on all WSIP roads and would also deliver access to future South West Growth Centre precincts along The Northern Road.
Roads and Maritime started building this first stage of The Northern Road Upgrade in February 2016 and expect to finish in early-2018.

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The Northern Road Upgrade Peter Brock Drive to Mersey Road

Construction

The Northern Road Upgrade covers about 11.3 kilometres between Peter Brock Drive, Oran Park and Mersey Road, Bringelly, including The Northern Road and Bringelly Road intersection which will be built as an interchange. Construction started in mid-2017 and will be complete in 2020.

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The Northern Road Upgrade Glenmore Parkway to Jamison Road

Construction

In July 2015, Roads and Maritime Services released a preliminary design and access strategy for The Northern Road Upgrade between Littlefields Road, Luddenham and Jamison Road, South Penrith for community and stakeholder comment.

After reviewing the comments, Roads and Maritime developed the concept design and Review of Environmental Factors for The Northern Road Upgrade between Glenmore Parkway and Jamison Road.

The 4km upgrade started construction in mid-2017 and will be open to traffic by 2020.

The Northern Road Upgrade, Mersey Road to Eaton Road

Development

This important stage of The Northern Road Upgrade between Mersey Road, Bringelly and Eaton Road, Luddenham would divert The Northern Road around the Western Sydney Airport site at Badgerys Creek, west of the existing road.

The Northern Road Upgrade, Littlefields Road to Glenmore Parkway

Development

The Northern Road Upgrade between Littlefields Road, Luddenham and Glenmore Parkway, Glenmore Park is planned to generally follow the existing road alignment and be about 6km, upgraded to the high standard of all WSIP roads. It is still in planning so the road design, project limits and scope of work is not yet confirmed.

The Northern Road Upgrade, Eaton Road to Littlefields Road

Development

The Northern Road Upgrade between Eaton Road and Littlefields Road, Luddenham is planned to divert to the east around Luddenham town centre where it will have a new four-way intersection with the existing The Northern Road and a realigned Elizabeth Drive. It will also have a connection with the proposed M12 Motorway.

Werrington Arterial Road

Completed

The Australian and NSW governments have funded a $70 million upgrade of Gipps Street and Kent Road between the M4 Motorway and the Great Western Highway, Claremont Meadows. The project includes an upgrade to a four lane divided road, plus two east facing ramps onto and off the M4 Motorway and a dedicated pedestrian and cyclist bridge.The project was completed in May 2017 and is now open to traffic, providing faster and safer access to the M4 Motorway. It was the first major project to be completed in the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan.

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Western Sydney Employment Area
Western Sydney Airport Growth Area
South West Growth Area
Western Sydney Airport
Bungarribee/Flushcombe Road signalisation scoping
Argyle St/Camden Valley Way – intersection upgrade
Cumberland Hwy – intersection upgrades
Eagle Vale Drive – upgrade
Erksine Park Road – road study
Porrende Street upgrade scoping
Raby Road – scoping study
Smithfield Road upgrade
The Northern Road intersections upgrade
Wetherill St – upgrade
Bringelly Road upgrade
The Northern Road and Bringelly Road Interchange
M12 Motorway
M12 Motorway
Glenbrook Intersection upgrade
The Northern Road Upgrade,
The Old Northern Road to Peter Brock Drive
The Northern Road Upgrade,
Peter Brock Drive to Mersey Road
The Northern Road Upgrade,
Glenmore Parkway to Jamison Road
The Northern Road Upgrade,
Mersey Road to Eaton Road
The Northern Road Upgrade,
Littlefields Road to Glenmore Parkway
The Northern Road Upgrade,
Eaton Road to Littlefields Road
Werrington Arterial Road – Stage 1
Compass – orientated to true north

Community consultation

Roads and Maritime will host community information sessions that will have information regarding the upgrades to the Northern Road. A formal presentation will not be given so please feel free to drop in at any time during the following information sessions.

Saturday 1 July

Time: 10am – 1pm

Where: Holy Family Primary School, Luddenham

Lot 32, Willowdene Ave, Luddenham

Wednesday 19 July

Time: 3pm – 7pm

Where: Holy Family Primary School, Luddenham

Lot 32, Willowdene Ave, Luddenham

Saturday 22 July

Time: 10am – 1pm

Where: Orchard Hills Masonic Centre, Orchard Hills

290 Homestead Road, Orchard Hills

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