Have a say on proposed upgrade of Memorial Avenue
17 November 2014
The community is invited to have a say on the proposed Memorial Avenue upgrade at Kellyville.
The NSW Government provided $1 million this financial year to progress planning a major upgrade to widen the road from two to four lanes between Old Windsor Road and Windsor Road at Kellyville to improve safety and reduce congestion.
As part of the proposed upgrade, Hector Court and Arnold East Avenue would be modified into cul de sacs.
“The project aims to meet the future transport needs of the area and cater for the growing number of families moving to the northwest,” Mr Elliott said.
Community feedback will be invited in December 2013 and January 2014 on the proposal, with the majority of comments focusing on reducing congestion to cater for developments in the area.
Feedback on issues including safety, accessibility, upgrades to bus facilities, impact to the environment and local traffic were also considered for the Review of Environmental Factors.
The community is now being invited to comment on the REF and attend information sessions to find out more about the project.
Timing for the start of work is still to be confirmed. The community will be kept informed as the project progresses.
The proposed design and Review of Environmental Factors are on display for community comment from 17 November until Friday 12 December 2014.
Roads and Maritime Services values the community’s views about the project. To find out more about the project and provide feedback, information sessions will be held on:
Saturday 22 November 2pm – 5pm
Wrights Road Community Centre
Corner Harrington Avenue and Wrights Road
Tuesday 25 November 3pm – 7pm
Sherwood Ridge Public School
34 Rosebery Road, Kellyville
View or download the proposed changes