Changed traffic conditions at Croydon Park
Changed traffic conditions for safety improvements at Croydon Park
8 May 2014
Member for Strathfield Charles Casuscelli advises motorists they will experience changed traffic conditions at Croydon Park from next Monday as Roads and Maritime Services begin to carry out night work to improve safety.
Mr Casuscelli said that a right turn green arrow and a new pedestrian crossing will be installed at the intersection of Burwood Road and Georges River Road.
“The right turn arrow will improve the traffic flow and safety for southbound traffic on Burwood Road turning right into Georges River Road.
“The new pedestrian crossing will improve safety for pedestrians on the southern side across Burwood Road,” said Mr Casuscelli.
Mr Casuscelli said that the work will include the installation of two new traffic light posts with pedestrian displays, two new pedestrian kerb ramps and underground cables across Georges River Road and Burwood Road.
Roads and Maritime Services advise that partial lane closures will be in place and minor delays are expected. Work will start on Monday 12 May and be carried out between 10pm and 4am in 11 night shifts until 19 June, weather permitting.
Traffic controllers and reduced speed limits will be in place to ensure the safety of motorists and workers.
Mr Casuscelli said the project is part of Roads and Maritime’s commitment to delivering safe, efficient and high quality services and infrastructure to the community and businesses of NSW.
For the latest traffic information, visit www.livetraffic.com, download Live Traffic App or call the Transport Management Centre on 132 701.
Roads and Maritime Services Media Unit: 8588 5999
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