Intersection improvements at King Georges Road, Broadarrow Road and Ponyara Road, Beverly Hills

The NSW Government is funding this project as part of its $300 million Gateway to the South Pinch Point Program which aims to ease congestion and improve journey reliability on Sydney’s key southern corridors.

Updates and announcements

Roads and Maritime Services has developed a design for improvements to the intersection of King Georges Road, Broadarrow Road and Ponyara Road in Beverly Hills. We will be widening Broadarrow Road to provide an additional lane to separate the left-turn, right-turn and through movements onto King Georges Road. This will allow more vehicles to travel through the intersection during each traffic light phase and help ease congestion.

For more information, please view or download the June 2018 community update (PDF, 517Kb).

Project background

Roads and Maritime Services has developed a design for improvements to the intersection of King Georges Road, Broadarrow Road and Ponyara Road in Beverly Hills.

A high number of vehicles currently travel eastbound on Broadarrow Road, which results in congestion during the AM and PM peak periods. Motorists queuing to turn onto King Georges Road are causing delays for motorists travelling through the intersection.

Project features

We will be widening Broadarrow Road to provide an additional lane to separate the left-turn, right-turn and through movements onto King Georges Road. This will allow more vehicles to travel through the intersection during each traffic light phase and help ease congestion

The proposed work will include:

  • widening Broadarrow Road to provide an additional lane to separate the left-turn, right-turn and through movements onto King Georges Road
  • widening the existing signalised pedestrian crossing and waiting area on Broadarrow Road to increase the safety of pedestrians, particularly during peak school periods.
  • adjusting the alignment of the footpath and fencing on southern side of Broadarrow Road, next to Beverly Hills Girls High School
  • tree removal, trimming and landscaping
  • road resurfacing and adjusting road marking.

For more information, please view or download the June 2018 community update.

Project contact

If you have any questions or concerns about these intersection improvements, please contact our project manager, Elie Anthony, by close of business on Monday 9 July:

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