Permanent electronic message sign on Camden Valley Way, Narellan

The NSW Government is funding this project to install a permanent electronic message sign on Camden Valley Way between Kirkham Lane and Narellan Road, Narellan as part of its $246 million Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce delays, manage congestion and maintain travel times on Sydney’s main roads particularly during weekday peak periods.

Updates and announcements

Work will continue to be carried out between Tuesday 19 January and Friday 19 February 2016, excluding weekends and weather permitting. Four night shifts will be required to complete the work. Our working hours will be from 7pm to 6am.

We will also be working during the day from 8am to 5pm between Mondays and Fridays, excluding weekends.

For more information, view or download the January 2016 letter to the community(PDF, 1.013Kb).

Project background

Roads and Maritime Services has undertaken an analysis of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) along Pinch Point corridors and identified opportunities to improve the ability of the Transport Management Centre to manage traffic.

Project objectives and benefits

The project is part of the NSW Government’s $246 million Pinch Point program which aims to reduce delays, manage congestion and maintain travel times on Sydney’s main roads particularly during week day peak periods.

By installing permanent electronic message signs in key locations throughout Sydney, the Transport Management Centre will be able to display information to drivers that will enable them to make better and more informed decisions in response to any incidents that may occur on the network.

The permanent electronic message sign will be able to display real-time traffic and travel time information to road users for incidents along the Narellan Road corridor.

An electronic message sign at this location will provide guidance and information for road users on the Camden Valley Way, Hume Highway, M5 and The Northern Road corridors.

Community engagement

Roads and Maritime sought community feedback on this proposal in September 2015.

The local community will be kept informed on the progress of work throughout the project. Please email enquiries_nsw@downermouchel.com if you would like to receive email updates.

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