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.

Project snapshot

  • $5 million investment, jointly funded by The Australian and NSW governments
  • Upgrading the Great Western Highway and Ross Street intersection, Glenbrook
  • Providing safe access and a gateway to Glenbrook Village.

Project background

In March 2015, the Australian and NSW governments announced the $5 million Glenbrook Intersection Upgrade as part of the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan, a 10 year, $3.6 billion road investment program, delivering major road infrastructure upgrades to support integrated transport for the region.

The Glenbrook Intersection Upgrade would improve safety and access along the Great Western Highway, while enhancing the primary gateway to Glenbrook Village.

What happens next?

Following community consultation by Blue Mountains City Council, which displayed three options for comment in December 2015, council submitted their preferred option to Roads and Maritime for consideration.

We have considered council’s preferred option and are currently in the process of finalising a design that meets the operational needs of the Great Western Highway, while maintaining safe access to and from Glenbrook Village.

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