Pennant Hills Road, Pennant Hills
The Australian and NSW Governments are considering proposed improvements on Pennant Hills Road in order to improve safety and reduce congestion for road users.
Updates and announcements
Roads and Maritime will be carrying out utility survey and geotechnical investigation work on Pennant Hills Road, Pennant Hills, from Monday 16 January to Monday 13 February. View or download the January 2017 - Project Update (PDF, 396Kb) for more information.
Roads and Maritime will be carrying out utility survey and geotechnical investigation work on Pennant Hills Road, Pennant Hills, from Monday 16 January to Monday 13 February.
View or download the January 2017 - Project Update (PDF, 396Kb) for more information.
Proposed improvements on Pennant Hills Road at The Crescent
Roads and Maritime is considering a proposal to improve the intersection of Pennant Hills Road at The Crescent as part of its $246 million Pinch Points and Clearways Program, which aims to reduce congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s busiest corridors.
The work would include extending the existing northbound right turn bay on Pennant Hills Road through the existing centre median between Fisher Avenue and The Crescent.
Proposed safety improvements intersection of Pennant Hills Road & George Street
The Australian Government is funding this $250,000 proposal under its Black Spot Programme to reduce the number and severity of crashes on Australian roads.
The work would include banning the right turn from Pennant Hills Road into and out of George Street which would improve safety for motorists at the intersection.
Roads and Maritime sought community feedback on both proposed improvements in December 2016. We are currently reviewing the feedback received, and will consider all comments before deciding whether or not to proceed with each proposal.
What happens next?
We will continue to keep the community informed of the proposal as it progresses.
The two proposals would be constructed separately in order to minimise traffic impacts during construction. Two separate community consultation reports will be prepared summarising the matters raised and will be made available on our website in the coming months.