Intersection improvements on Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park

Updates and announcements

In December, 2017, Roads and Maritime Services invited feedback on proposed improvements at the intersection of Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park.

After considering all responses, along with the proposal’s aims and design requirements, we have decided to proceed with the proposal unchanged.

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

For more information please view or download the consultation report (PDF, 788Kb).

Project background

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.

Project features

The proposed improvements include:

  • widening Canterbury Road on the both eastern and western approaches to provide additional right turn lanes to King Georges Road
  • changing the existing dual left turn signalised slip lanes on Canterbury Road for vehicles turning into King Georges Road to a single give way slip lane
  • realigning of the left turn slip lanes on Canterbury Road in both directions to provide better vision for motorists preparing to turn left
  • adjusting the existing entrance into Wiley Park and construction of a retaining wall on the revised road boundary
  • relocating of existing impacted underground/overhead utilities and equipment, including an existing speed camera on the Canterbury Road
  • constructing new pavement where required as a result of the changes to the intersection.

Community engagement

In December, 2017, Roads and Maritime invited feedback on proposed improvements at the intersection of Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park.

After considering all responses, along with the proposal’s aims and design requirements, we have decided to proceed with the proposal unchanged.

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

For more information please view or download the consultation report.

Next steps

Roads and Maritime Services will be carrying out investigation work which includes underground utility, stormwater drainage surveying to help inform the design of the project.

We will be on site for nine night shifts between Monday, 5 February and Friday 16 March, weather permitting. Our work hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Sunday to Friday.

For more information please view or download the community update.

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