Epping Town Centre road and intersection upgrades

Roads and Maritime Services is planning road and intersection upgrades in Epping Town Centre to support the NSW Government's Urban Activation Precinct Program. The road projects aim to improve traffic flows and road safety and reduce congestion.

Updates and announcements

View or download the June 2017 project update (PDF, 923Kb)

We have completed most of the utility relocation work, building the retaining wall between Beecroft Road and the rail lane and have completed over two thirds of the pavement reconstruction. 

The next stage includes finishing: 

  • The pavement reconstruction and wall panels along the railway line
  • Additional utility relocations in front of the service station.

We will be on site for 20 night shifts and 60 day shifts, until Monday 31 July, excluding public holidays, weather permitting. Our night work hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Monday to Friday. Our day work hours will be between 7am and 6pm from Monday to Friday and between 8am and 1pm on Saturday.


Epping Town Centre is one of eight precincts under the NSW Government’s Urban Activation Precincts Program 2013, which aims to deliver more homes in places with access to infrastructure, transport, services and jobs.

In 2013, the Department of Planning and Environment released the Epping Town Centre Structure Plan to support the urban activation of the Epping Town Centre precinct. The structure plan followed the 2011 Epping Town Centre study that was carried out by the Department of Planning and Environment, Hornsby Shire Council and Parramatta City Council. This study identified a number of issues with the existing road network, including traffic congestion and delays.

As a result of this work, Roads and Maritime Services has received funding to improve road infrastructure in the area.

Key features and benefits

Roads and Maritime is proposing two projects in Epping Town Centre to support the development of this precinct:

The Epping Town Centre road projects aim to improve traffic flow and road safety, and help reduce traffic delays and congestion.

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