New Clearways on Roberts Road & King Georges Road - Greenacre to Beverly Hills

Between Hume Highway, Greenacre and M5 Motorway, Beverly Hills.

Updates and announcements

Roads and Maritime Services will move forward with our revised proposal to install new clearways on Roberts Road and King Georges Road.

For more information on the proposal, see Community Update (PDF, 500.8Kb).

We have summarised the feedback and our responses to the revised proposal in a community consultation report - November 2017 (PDF, 1.9Mb).

Project background

The NSW Government announced the Sydney Clearways Strategy as one of its key initiatives to reduce congestion on Sydney’s major roads. $121 million was committed to implementing the strategy and installing new clearways on Sydney’s road network.

Installing new and extended clearways on weekdays and weekends can help reduce congestion in many areas of Sydney by allowing motorists to use all traffic lanes.

Since 2013, we have installed over 230 kilometres of new and extended clearways across some of Sydney’s busiest road corridors. We are continuing to investigate where new and extended clearways would help ease congestion and provide more reliable travel times for road users across the network. For further information please see Sydney Clearways Strategy.

Community Consultation

In March 2014, Roads and Maritime consulted with the community on a proposal to install new clearways on Roberts Road and King Georges Road from the Hume Highway, Greenacre to the M5 Motorway, Beverly Hills. The original proposal was for extended and new clearway hours from 6am to 7pm on weekdays and from 8am to 7pm on weekends.

As a result of community and stakeholder feedback, we have revised our proposed clearway hours of operation and alternative business parking arrangements. This is to ensure a balance between local business parking needs, traffic flow and to provide consistent clearway hours along the corridor.

View or download our Community Consultation Report – November 2016.

In November and December 2016, Roads and Maritime Services consulted on the revised proposal, which included extending the existing 6am to 10am and 3pm to 7pm weekday clearways to operate from 6am to 7pm, and introducing new clearways on weekends and public holidays to operate from 9am to 6pm. Alternative business parking arrangements included adding loading zones and timed parking restrictions on Lakemba Street and The Boulevarde, Wiley Park. A carpark on The Boulevarde near Wiley Park Station was proposed to improve parking in Wiley Park.

View or download our Community Consultation Report – November 2017.

What are the hours of operation?

Roads and Maritime will install new and extended clearways on Roberts Road and King Georges Road from the Hume Highway, Greenacre to the M5 Motorway, Beverly Hills to operate in both directions:

  • Weekdays from 6am to 7pm
  • Weekends and public holidays from 9am to 6pm.

What happens next?

Canterbury-Bankstown Council will construct a new carpark, funded through the NSW Government’s $121 million Clearways program, at The Boulevarde, Wiley Park from February 2018. This will provide improved parking on The Boulevarde and Lakemba Street at Wiley Park for customers accessing these businesses.

Timed parking restrictions and loading zones will also be installed onLakemba Street and The Boulevarde when the new car park opens.

Following the parking changes the new and extended clearways will be installed on Roberts Road and King Georges Road.

We will notify you prior to installation of the clearways.

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