Intersection improvements at Narellan Road and Appin Road, Campbelltown

The NSW Government is planning this proposal as part of its $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s busiest corridors.

Updates and announcements

In April and May 2017, Roads and Maritime sought feedback on proposed intersection improvements at Narellan Road and Appin Road, Campbelltown.

We have now prepared a Community Consultation Report (PDF, 723Kb) that summarises the feedback we received and our responses.

Following a review of this feedback, we have decided to further develop our proposal.

We will be carrying out investigation work (PDF, 1.03Mb) which includes ground, underground utility and stormwater drainage surveys and potholing to help inform the detailed design for the next phase of the project.

We will be on site for ten shifts between Monday 24 July and Friday 15 September, weather permitting.

We will continue to update you as we progress with the project.

Project background

The NSW Government is funding this proposal as part of its $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s busiest corridors.

Project features

  • Adding a dedicated south bound right turning lane on Narellan Road
  • Converting the existing south bound shared right and through lane on Narellan Road to a dedicated through lane
  • Widening the southern side of Narellan Road and south western corner of Narellan Road and Appin Road
  • Relocating the Narellan Road median
  • Adjusting the south east and south west traffic islands
  • Adjusting the south east left turn entry lane
  • Adding a pedestrian crossing on Appin Road
  • Adjusting pedestrian crossings and repainting line marking.

Community engagement

In April and May 2017, Roads and Maritime sought feedback on proposed intersection improvements at Narellan Road and Appin Road, Campbelltown.

We have now prepared a Community Consultation Report that summarises the feedback we received and our responses.

What happens next?

Following a review of this feedback, we have decided to further develop our proposal.

We will be carrying out investigation work which includes ground, underground utility and stormwater drainage surveys and potholing to help inform the detailed design for the next phase of the project.

We will be on site for ten shifts between Monday 24 July and Friday 15 September, weather permitting.

We will continue to update you as we progress with the project.

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