Glenbrook intersection upgrade

The Australian and NSW governments have allocated funding to upgrade the Great Western Highway and Ross Street intersection, Glenbrook as part of the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan, a 10 year, $3.6 billion road investment program.

Updates and announcements

Consultation now closed

Roads and Maritime Services invited comments from the community and stakeholders on the design and Review of Environmental Factors for the Glenbrook intersection upgrade between 16 October until 12 November 2017. We thank everyone who considered the proposal and gave us feedback.

We are now preparing a submissions report summarising and responding to feedback received during consultation period. This will be available on the website in early 2018.

The latest community update newsletter (PDF, 501kb) provides more information on the project and the Review of Environmental Factors (PDF, 7.8Mb).

Key features

Key features of the proposed upgrade include:

  • new traffic lights at the Great Western Highway and Ross Street intersection with pedestrian crossings
  • right turns permitted from Ross Street onto the Great Western Highway
  • closing access to the Great Western Highway from Hare Street (south), while maintaining access for emergency vehicles only with a high mountable kerb
  • extending the existing right turn lanes on the Great Western Highway allowing for more vehicles turning right into Ross Street and Hare Street (north)
  • new signage, line marking and footpath connections.

What happens next?

We expect to start construction in early 2018 and finish in late 2018, subject to project approval.

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