King Georges Road between Beverly Hills and South Hurstville

The NSW Government is funding these investigations 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 will be carrying out further investigation work in the area surrounding King Georges Road between Morgan Street, Beverly Hills and Grosvenor Road, South Hurstville.  

We will be surveying to locate, clean and inspect drainage in the area to help further develop a design for future improvements to King Georges Road.

For more information please view or download the July project update (PDF,1.010Kb).

Project background

There is significant congestion throughout the length of the King Georges Road corridor, between Stoney Creek Road, Beverly Hills and Connells Point Road, South Hurstville, particularly during weekday peak periods. Roads and Maritime Services is working to reduce congestion and improve travel times at this busy intersection. We will be carrying out a series of investigation work to develop a proposal on improvements of this road.

Investigation

Roads and Maritime Services will be carrying out further investigation work in the area surrounding King Georges Road between Morgan Street, Beverly Hills and Grosvenor Road, South Hurstville.

We will be surveying to locate, clean and inspect drainage in the area to help further develop a design for future improvements to King Georges Road.

We will be on site for 90 night shifts between Monday 23 July and Monday 3 December, weather permitting. Our night work hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Sunday to Friday. We will not be working on public holidays.

We also previously communicated with some residents within the area about separate work that includes drilling and digging holes in multiple locations along King Georges Road to establish ground conditions. We were scheduled to complete this work on Friday, 29 June, however had to postpone a number of shifts as a result of inclement weather.

To complete the remaining work, we will be back on site for another 14 night shifts between Monday 23 July and Friday 31 August, weather permitting. Our night work hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Sunday to Friday.

For more information on these investigations please view or download the April project update and the July project update.

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