Proposed permanent electronic message sign on the Cumberland Highway, Wentworthville

The NSW Government is funding a proposal to install a permanent electronic message sign on the Cumberland Highway, Wentworthville as part of its $246 million Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce delays, manage congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s main roads particularly during weekday peak periods.

Project background

Roads and Maritime Services sought feedback in April 2016 on a proposal to install a permanent electronic message sign eastbound on the Cumberland Highway, Wentworthville, about 440 metres north of Darcy Road.

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 improve travel times on Sydney’s main roads particularly during week day peak periods.

The sign will provide eastbound road users with advance notice of planned and unplanned incidents on Old Windsor Road between Northmead and Glenwood, and the James Ruse Drive, Pennant Hills Road, Victoria Road and M2 Motorway corridors.

What happens next?

We are currently reviewing the feedback received. We will prepare a community consultation report which summarises the matters raised and our responses.

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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