Plan to ease congestion on Narellan and Appin Road intersection
31 March 2017
Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Road, Maritime and Transport, Kevin Anderson MP is inviting community members to have a say on a proposal to improve the intersection at Narellan and Appin roads in Campbelltown.
Mr Anderson said the proposed work would reduce congestion and improve travel times as part of the NSW Government’s $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Point Program.
“Key features of the proposed improvements include the addition of a dedicated southbound right turn lane on Narellan Road and relocating the Narellan Road median.”
“The proposal also includes converting the existing southbound shared right and through lane on Narellan Road to a dedicated through lane and widening the southern side of Narellan Road.”
“As well as reducing congestion, the proposal would also improve safety for motorists by reducing the number of rear-end crashes and crashes from motorists changing lanes on Narellan Road.”
“The intersection improvements would complement the CCTV installed late last year to provide better monitoring and managing of traffic conditions along Narellan Road,” Mr Anderson said.
Community members can provide feedback by Friday 5 May by calling the project team on 02 8849 2411, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to Pinch Points Program Project Team, Roads and Maritime, PO Box 973, Parramatta, NSW 2124.
Roads and Maritime Services will consider all feedback and keep the community updated as the proposal progresses.
View the original media release.