Pennant Hills Road and George Street, Pennant Hills

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 NSW Government recently completed intersection improvements on Pennant Hills Road at the Crescent, Pennant Hills as part of its $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Points Program, which aims to reduce traffic congestion and improve travel times on Sydney's busiest corridors.

Updates and announcements

Right turns in and out of George Street to/from Pennant Hills Road at Pennant Hills will be banned from the night of Sunday 17 June. Our project update shows our work schedule.

Project background

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. There have been 39 reported crashes at this intersection across the five year period to 2014.

Project features

The work includes:

  • installing a 40 metre concrete median barrier between the existing barriers on Pennant Hills Road to ban right turn movements in and out of George Street and limit pedestrian movements
  • closing the existing right turn bay on Pennant Hills Road into George Street by installing a white painted median.

Community engagement

Roads and Maritime Services invited feedback in December 2016 on a proposal to ban right turns in and out of George Street to/from Pennant Hills Road at Pennant Hills. We have now prepared a Community Consultation Report that summarises the feedback we received and our responses.

The decision

After considering all responses, along with the intersection’s crash history, the proposal’s aims and design requirements, we have decided to proceed with the proposed intersection improvements at Pennant Hills Road and George Street, Pennant Hills

What happens next?

Right turns in and out of George Street to/from Pennant Hills Road at Pennant Hills will be banned from the night of Sunday 17 June. Our project update shows our work schedule.

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