Campbelltown Road upgrade

Roads and Maritime Services is planning and designing for a proposed upgrade of Campbelltown Road between Hume Highway/ Camden Valley Way, Casula and Brooks Road, Denham Court.

Updates and announcements

Campbelltown Road Stage 1

The upgrade will be built in stages, responding to the development priorities in the area. Roads and Maritime Services will upgrade of 1.2 kilometres of Campbelltown Road between East Town Centre and New Macdonald Road, Bardia.

The project is a joint funded by the NSW Government Housing Acceleration Fund and Landcom (previously known as Urban Growth NSW).

The key features of the first stage include:

  • an upgrade to a four-lane divided road with a wider median
  • installing three sets of traffic lights at the realigned Macdonald Road, at Soldiers Parade and at East Town Centre Road
  • an off-road shared pedestrian and cyclist path, on both side of Campbelltown Road, among other measures.

The project will start in mid 2018 and is likely be completed at the end of 2020.

What's happening now?

The Campbelltown Road Stage 1 project is now entering the construction stage. We are pleased to announce that Roads and Maritime have appointed Burton Contractors Pty Ltd to carry out work on the upgrade between the East Town Centre Road and new Macdonald Road intersection at Bardia.

The rest of the Campbelltown Road upgrade will be built in stages, subject to funding being made available.

What happens next?

The first stage of the upgrade will be to establish the project site office. The office will be located at the North East side of the Zouch adjacent to Zone substation for the duration of the project.

The community will begin to see early work within the road corridor. Roads and Maritime Services will continue to keep the community informed of the progress of the project.

Project background

This project aims to improve road safety and provide capacity for the increased traffic expected from development of the South West Growth Centre.

Changes have been made to the concept design following consideration of the submissions received in response to the display of the concept design and environmental impact assessment between April and July 2013. Late submissions were also accepted for inclusion in the submissions report until 22 October 2013.

The key changes made as a result of the community feedback are:

  1. Providing a two lane roundabout at the intersection of Denham Court Road, Campbelltown Road and Dickson Road to allow greater access to local roads and properties
  2. Providing a right turn bay from the northbound carriageway of Campbelltown Road to enter Bloomfield Road
  3. A reduced road corridor width south of Zouch Road to allow for a four lane road with a central median.

Key features of the whole project

Key features of the Campbelltown Road upgrade include:

  • An upgrade from a generally two lane to a four lane divided road with a central median
  • A wide central median which will allow room for widening to six lanes, if required in the future, between The Hume Motorway overbridge and Zouch Road
  • A narrow median between Zouch Road and Brooks Road
  • Six sets of traffic lights – three existing, one at the realigned Macdonald Road and two in Edmondson Park
  • An off-road shared pedestrian/cyclist path generally on the western side of Campbelltown Road
  • Designated turning lanes and bicycle and pedestrian crossing provisions at traffic lights
  • Existing properties along Campbelltown Road continuing to have left in/left out access until precinct development takes place
  • An additional bridge over the M31 Hume Motorway to allow for the widening of Campbelltown Road.

Property impacts

For information on Roads and Maritime's procedures and policies around your property and privacy, access for survey investigations or road noise, please see the Project planning principles page.


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