Bringelly Road upgrade
Roads and Maritime Services is planning for the future upgrade of Bringelly Road in conjunction with the development of the South West Growth Centre.
Bringelly Road is approximately 10 kilometres long and will be one of the principal road links within the South West Growth Centre.
Bringelly Road will be upgraded from a two lane road to a six lane divided road with a central median between the eastern side of Upper Canal Bridge and the western side of the Eastwood Road intersection, through the future Leppington Town centre. The remainder of Bringelly Road will be upgraded from a two lane to a four lane divided road with a wide central median. The wide central median will allow for widening to six lanes, if required in the future.
A Review of Environmental Factors (REF) and a revised concept design for the widening of Bringelly Road were displayed for community comment in late 2011. The REF is available to view or download.
Roads and Maritime considered all community feedback received during the REF display period and issued a Submissions Report. The Submissions Report summarises the issues raised in all submissions received and provides responses to each issue. The report is available on the project documents page. The project was approved in February 2012.
The upgrade of Bringelly Road will be carried out in two stages:
- Stage 1: 5.7km upgrade from Camden Valley Way to King Street
- Stage 2: 4.3km upgrade from King Street to The Northern Road
Roads and Maritime is currently completing the detailed design for the first stage of the Bringelly Road upgrade between King Street and Camden Valley Way.
What happens next?
The community will be informed of any changes made to the project design. Roads and Maritime will continue to refine the design during the detailed design phase of the project and will keep the community informed of the progress.
Roads and Maritime will continue to liaise with the community throughout the project.