Intersection improvements at Canterbury Road and New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill and Hurstone Park

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

Updates and announcements

Roads and Maritime Services is seeking your feedback by Monday 5 June 2017 on a proposal to improve traffic flow and safety at the intersection of New Canterbury Road, Old Canterbury Road, Canterbury Road and Griffiths Street.

View or download the May 2017 – project update (PDF, 325Kb) for more information.

Project background

The NSW Government is funding a proposal as part of its $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Points Program, which aims to reduce congestion and improve travel time on Sydney’s busiest corridors.

Proposal

  • Installing a new right turn lane from Canterbury Road into New Canterbury Road
  • Widening the eastern side of Canterbury Road about 3.5 metres between New Canterbury Road and Crinan Street to allow for a new right turn bay
  • Removing the existing pedestrian fence, vegetation and signs located on the eastern side of Canterbury Road
  • Removing the left turn slip lane on Old Canterbury Road into New Canterbury Road and the existing pedestrian refuge island
  • Removing right turn in and out of Wattle Lane onto Canterbury Road
  • Removing and installing new road signs
  • Adjusting the pedestrian crossing
  • Investigating and relocating existing traffic lights and utilities
  • Removing and replacing asphalt and adjusting kerb and gutter
  • Adjusting the existing line marking.

Community engagement

Roads and Maritime Services is seeking community feedback on the proposed improvements by Monday 5 June 2017. We will carefully consider all feedback received before deciding to proceed with this proposal. A community consultation report will be prepared, summarising the matters raised and our responses.

What happens next?

We will continue to keep the community informed as the project progresses.

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