Have your say on upgrade

by admin on July 13th, 2018

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The community is being invited to have a say on the final stage of the $1.6 billion The Northern Road upgrade at Luddenham.
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The preliminary design and access strategy forthe upgrade betweenEaton Road and Littlefields Road isnow on display, according to Roads and Maritime Services (RMS).

“Work is moving ahead on the final stage of this project, which includes a 16kmupgrade to a four lane divided road between Mersey Road and Glenmore Parkway,” an RMS spokesperson said.“The community is invited to have a say on the key features of this section by Wednesday,August 17.

“The upgrade includes a new four way traffic light intersection to connect the realigned The Northern Road with Elizabeth Drive and the existing The Northern Road and a future connection to the proposed M12 Motorway.

“The upgrade will provide significant benefits for the local community including increased capacity to cater for future growth in the area, an improved transport corridor between Penrith and the M4 Motorway and the planned airport, improved facilities to increase safety for pedestrians and cyclists and better public transport with the inclusion of new bus lanes.

“We are proposing access changes to Gates Road and Littlefields Road, after consideration was given to community feedback requesting fewer traffic light intersections along The Northern Road.

“Roads and Maritime has listened to the community and after a design review is proposing to change access into Gates Road from The Northern Road to left turn in only. A new road connection between the proposed eastern extension of Littlefields Road and Gates Road would also be built.”

Comments can be provided via [email protected]论坛, mail to The Northern Road Upgrade Mersey Road to Glenmore Parkway, Roads and Maritime Services PO BOX 973 Parramatta NSW 2124 or phone 1800 703 457

The Environmental Impact Statement for The Northern Road Upgrade between Mersey Road and Glenmore Parkway is expected to be displayed for public consultation later this year.

To view the preliminary design and access strategy visit the Roads and Maritime website atrms.nsw.gov419论坛/wsip

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