Mamre Road upgrade

The NSW Government has started early planning for a future upgrade of a 10 kilometre section of Mamre Road, between the M4 Motorway and Kerrs Road to support economic and residential growth in the area.

Updates and announcements

Roads and Maritime asked for feedback on the strategic design for the Mamre Road upgrade in December 2017. This feedback is now being considered and a Consultation Report detailing the feedback received will be published shortly.

The selection process used to determine the preferred option is available to view or download from the November 2017 Mamre Road upgrade options report (PDF, 2.92Mb).

For more information on the strategic design, please view or download our November 2017 community update (PDF, 1.29Mb).

Project background

Mamre Road is a key transport corridor passing through the Western Sydney Priority Growth Area and providing connections to the Western Sydney Employment Area.

Western Sydney is Australia’s third largest economy and the population is expected to grow from two million to three million people over the next 20 years. The NSW Government is planning for this growth by reserving residential and employment land for future developments.

Benefits of planning now

  • Preserve a road corridor for the future that would also accommodate cyclist and pedestrian access
  • Deliver certainty for existing and future developments regarding future road access
  • Provide for a reliable road network to support economic and residential growth in western Sydney.

What is happening now?

Feedback from the consultation about the preferred option and strategic design is being considered by Roads and Maritime. A Consultation Report which addresses feedback received during the consultation period will soon be available on our website.

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