Intersection improvements at Rooty Hill Road North, Jersey Road and Lamb Street, Plumpton

Rooty Hill Road, North Plumpton
Rooty Hill Road, North Plumpton

Updates and announcements

Roads and Maritime Services has opened these intersection improvements to traffic. This project involved upgrading the intersection of Rooty Hill Road North, Jersey Road and Lamb Street with new traffic control signals.

We appreciate your patience while we delivered this important project. Please view or download the February 2018 Project Update (PDF, 229Kb).

Project background

This work is part of the NSW Government’s $225 million Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce traffic delays, manage congestion and maintain travel times on Sydney’s major roads, particularly during weekday peak periods.

Benefits

The key benefits to the community include:

  • improved traffic flow along Rooty Hill Road North, Jersey Road and Lamb Street
  • reduced congestion and improved travel times
  • improved road safety.

Completed works

  • removing the existing roundabout and installing traffic lights and signalised pedestrian crossings on all four corners of the intersection
  • providing a dedicated right turn lane from Rooty Hill Road North on to Jersey Road and a dedicated left turn lane from Rooty Hill Road North on to Lamb Street
  • providing a dedicated right turn lane from Rooty Hill Road North on to Lamb Street
  • providing a dedicated right turn lane from Jersey Road on to Rooty Hill Road North
  • widening Rooty Hill Road North near the intersection
  • changes to the lane configuration on Lamb Street
  • landscaping.

Community engagement

In January 2016 Roads and Maritime sought community feedback through a  ‘Have Your Say’ inviting stakeholders and the community to comment on the proposed improvements.

In August 2016 a ‘Have Your Say’ community update was distributed inviting stakeholders and the community to comment on a proposed night construction work schedule.

Roads and Maritime sought community feedback in 2016. All comments were considered and impacted our decision making process.

View or download the community consultation report prepared in September 2016.

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