Intersection improvements on Stacey Street and Fairford Road, Bankstown

The NSW Government is funding these improvements as part of its $300 million Gateway to the South Pinch Point Program.

Updates and announcements

Roads and Maritime distributed a community notification (PDF, 554Kb) to local residents and key stakeholders in February introducing the upcoming intersection improvements on Stacey Street and Fairford Road.

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Project background

The A6 corridor was identified as part of the Gateway to the South Pinch Point Program which focuses on short to medium term solutions to improve travel time and reliability for all road users. Intersection improvements will be carried out on Stacey Street and Fairford Road, between Stacey Street and Griffiths Avenue. These improvements aim to ease congestion for the high volumes of vehicles travelling along the corridor.

Intersection at Stacey Street, Stanley Street and Salvia Avenue

Over 9900 vehicles travel through the intersection of Stacey Street, Stanley Street and Salvia Avenue during the morning and afternoon peak periods

Intersection at Stacey Street, Fairford Road and Macauley Avenue

Over 10,500 vehicles travel through the intersection of Stacey Street, Fairford Road and Macauley Avenue during the morning and afternoon peak periods.

Project benefits

Intersection improvements Improving safety More time with family and friends

Find out more

To find out more about our project including a detailed map of the project area, frequently asked questions and interactive tools like before and afters, visit our portal.

Community information kiosks

The project team were in your area in February to answer your questions about the upcoming improvements on Stacey Street and Fairford Road. Information was available on the day, including printed brochures, maps and our interactive portal. Thank you all that stopped to talk with us.

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