Stacey Street and the Hume Highway, Bankstown upgrade

The NSW Government is investing in the planning and development of a 2.2 kilometre upgrade to reduce congestion and improve safety in Bankstown.

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Updates and announcements

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing to plan the potential upgrade of a 2.2 kilometre section of Stacey Street. The proposed upgrade will involve widening Stacey Street to create a divided six lane road. Key intersections will also be upgraded and new shared pathways will be developed.

Over the last few months, we have been looking at ground conditions, utilities and drainage along the corridor to help us to develop a proposed design for the upgrade. These investigations have revealed additional factors we need to confirm before our plans can be finalised so we need to extend the duration of our work in the area.

Investigation work will continue to be carried out until Friday, 1 November, weather permitting.

View or download our August 2019 community update (PDF, 324Kb) for further information about the investigation work and the project.

Background

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing to plan the potential upgrade of a 2.2 kilometre section of Stacey Street and the Hume Highway, Bankstown. The proposed upgrade will involve widening Stacey Street to create a divided six lane road. Key intersections will also be upgraded and new shared pathways will be developed.

The expected benefits of the upgrade are:

  • improved road safety
  • improved travel times and reliability
  • reduced congestion
  • increased capacity
  • improved pedestrian and cyclist facilities
  • improved freight movements and efficiency

Improvements on Stacey Street and Fairford Road, Bankstown

For more information on the widening and intersection improvements currently under construction further along Stacey Street, check out the Stacey Street portal.

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