Have your say!

Roads and Maritime Services is committed to actively engaging with community members and other stakeholders. Community consultation is undertaken on most projects except when emergency works need to be scheduled at short notice.

As well as this page, which provides information about projects currently open for comment, Roads and Maritime project managers and service providers seek feedback in various ways as required, for example through:

  • Newsletters including contact details for feedback
  • Displays with staff available in public locations
  • Community information sessions and workshops
  • Meetings to discuss specific issues
  • Online forums
  • Using the 'Have Your Say' online consultation portal.

Projects for which community comments are being sought, December 2017 - January 2018

Project Name: Mamre Road upgrade between the M4 Motorway, St Clair and Kerrs Road, Mount Vernon

The NSW Government has started initial planning work for a future upgrade of a 10 kilometre section of Mamre Road, between the M4 Motorway and Kerrs Road, to support economic and residential growth in this area.

Roads and Maritime Services has developed a strategic design for the upgrade to identify and preserve the road corridor for the future. Roads and Maritime is seeking feedback on the strategic design for the Mamre Road upgrade by Friday, 15 December 2017.

A community update newsletter has been prepared to explain the upgrade and strategic design in more detail and is available to download from the Roads and Maritime website at www.rms.nsw.gov.au/mamreroad.

We will be hosting two community information sessions and invite you to attend to meet our project team and ask any questions about the strategic design. A formal presentation will not be given, so please drop in at any time:

Wednesday 29 November 2017, 3pm to 7pm
Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club, 2–8 Twin Creeks Drive, Luddenham

How can you give feedback?

Roads and Maritime will consider all comments received during the display of the strategic design. A consultation report will be published on the website responding to questions and comments received during the display period.

We invite your feedback by Friday 15 December 2017.

For information: phone: 1800 696 564

Project name: Mount Ousley interchange concept design and environmental assessment display

The concept design and environmental assessment for the Mount Ousley interchange proposal is on display and the community is invited to provide feedback until Friday 15 December 2017.

The proposed interchange would replace the existing intersection at the M1 Princes Motorway and Mount Ousley Road, and improve safety, reduce traffic congestion and provide for future traffic growth.  The benefits and impacts of the proposal and measures to manage any potential environmental impacts are addressed in the review of environmental factors and its appendices.

How can you give feedback?

We invite your feedback by Friday 15 December 2017:

  • online: using our online interactive map. Just drag and drop a pin onto the map to provide your feedback!
  • email: MountOusleyInterchange@rms.nsw.gov.au
  • phone: 1800 792 918 (toll free)
  • Mail: Mount Ousley interchange,
    Roads and Maritime Services PO Box 477, Wollongong NSW 2520.

Project Name: Belmore Road Ramps

The Australian and NSW Governments are jointly funding this project to build two new east-facing ramps to improve:

  • access to the M5 South West Motorway at Belmore Road, Riverwood for local road users accessing Sydney airport and the CBD
  • the efficiency of the local network, easing congestion for local residents and businesses.

Roads and Maritime Services has developed the detailed design and a Review of Environmental Factors (REF) to examine the potential impact of the proposed Belmore Road Ramps. Roads and Maritime is seeking feedback on the REF for the Belmore Road Ramps upgrade by Friday, 15 December 2017.

A community update newsletter has been prepared to explain the upgrade and strategic design in more detail and is available to download from the Roads and Maritime website at Belmore road ramps page.

How can you give feedback?

Roads and Maritime will consider all comments received during the display of the strategic design. A consultation report will be published on the website responding to questions and comments received during the display period.

We invite your feedback by Friday 15 December 2017.

Project name: Intersection improvements at Hoxton Park Road and Whitford Road, Hinchinbrook

Roads and Maritime Services is inviting your feedback by Monday 18 December on proposed intersection improvements at Hoxton Park Road and Whitford Road, Hinchinbrook.

The proposal includes:

  • Dual westbound right turn lanes from Hoxton Park Road
  • Dual northbound lanes on Whitford Road
  • Extend the northbound ‘No Stopping’ zone on Whitford Road to Topnot Avenue and Draco Road intersection
  • Relocation of traffic control signals and utilities to suit the new configuration.

How can you give feedback?

You can provide your comments by:

Email: pinchpoint@rms.nsw.gov.au

  • Writing: Pinch Point Program, Roads and Maritime Services, PO Box 973, Parramatta, NSW, 2124
  • Phone: Project Manager, Adam Hooley, during business hours, on 1800 572 004.

Project name: Intersection improvements at the Great Western Highway and Reservoir Road, Blacktown

Roads and Maritime Services is seeking feedback by Monday 18 December on proposed improvements at the intersection of the Great Western Highway and Reservoir Road, Blacktown. The proposed improvements include:

  • a dedicated left turn lane for northbound traffic on Reservoir Road
  • dual dedicated right turn lanes for northbound traffic on Reservoir Road
  • widening of the left turn lane from Great Western Highway eastbound
  • dual dedicated right turn lanes for westbound traffic on Great Western Highway
  • minor widening of the left turn slip lane on the Great Western Highway westbound.

Noise and vibration impact assessment

A noise and vibration impact assessment of the proposal has recently been carried out. The assessment found that noise and vibration impacts were within appropriate limits and are not expected to cause adverse affects to properties.

How can you give feedback?

You can provide your comments by:

  • Phone: 1800 572 004 and leaving a message for the project team
  • Email: pinchpoint@rms.nsw.gov.au
  • Writing: Roads and Maritime Services PO Box 973, Parramatta NSW 2124

Project name: Intersection improvements on Centennial Avenue and Epping Road, Lane Cove

We would like to hear from you on the proposal to upgrade the intersection at Centennial Avenue and Epping Road by Friday 15 December. We will consider all feedback received before deciding whether to proceed with the proposal.

The NSW Government is funding this work as part of its $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce congestion and improve travel times on Sydney's busiest corridors.

We are proposing to improve traffic flow through the intersection by widening the road and changing the lane configuration on both Centennial Avenue and Epping Road.

There are three ways you can provide your feedback:

  • Email: pinchpoint@rms.nsw.gov.au
  • Phone: 1800 572 004 (toll free) during business hours
  • Mail: Roads and Maritime Services PO Box 973 Parramatta NSW 2124

Project Name: Warnervale Link Road

Roads and Maritime Services is investigating the feasibility of providing a link road between Wyong and Warnervale.

The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 identifies Warnervale as a regional growth centre. It is anticipated there will be about 75,500 additional people living in the area by 2036, as well as new employment lands being provided. The link road, if constructed, would provide the community with improved connectivity and traffic benefits as the population of the area continues to grow.

How can you give feedback?

Community feedback can be provided by February 14, 2018:

  • in person at Lake Haven Shopping Centre from 9am–1pm Wednesday 29 November or Village Central, Wyong 9am–1pm Thursday 7 December.
  • Phone: 0409 449 258
  • Email: central.coast.office@rms.nsw.gov.au
  • Mail: Locked Bag 2030,Newcastle NSW 2300

The proposal can also be viewed at Tuggerah Library, Central Coast Council, Wyong office as well as Service NSW, Tuggerah. The community is invited to provide feedback on the proposed project by Wednesday 14 February 2018. Visit Warnervale link road page.

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