Roads and Maritime Services is investigating the feasibility of providing a link road between Wyong and Warnervale.
The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 identifies Warnervale as a regional growth centre. It is anticipated there will be about 75,500 additional people living in the area by 2036, as well as new employment lands being provided.
The link road, if constructed, would provide the community with improved connectivity and traffic benefits as the population of the area continues to grow.
NOV 2017Strategic design display
The strategic design was displayed for community feedback between November 2017 and February 2018. A summary of the feedback received and our response is available in the Community Consultation Summary report (PDF, 1.39Mb).
More information on the proposal is also available in the November 2017 Community Update (PDF, 16.6Mb). Feedback received will be considered as planning progresses.
Warnervale Link Road proposal aerial image - click to view a larger version (JPG, 1.09Mb)
Central Coast Council originally proposed the link road and Roads and Maritime will continue to work with Council to progress the planning.
The proposal would investigate:
- Connectivity between Wyong and Warnervale
- Providing pedestrian and cyclist facilities
- Improving public transport access and urban amenity.
Key benefits of a future road would include:
- Improved connectivity, traffic flow and travel times for motorists
- Improved pedestrian and cyclist access
- Improved safety for all road users.
Roads and Maritime is committed to working with stakeholders and the community during the planning process. More information will be provided as the project progresses.
June 2018 communtity consultation summary report
Warnervale Link Road community consultation summary between November 2017 and February 2018.
For more information about this project, please contact:
Phone: (02) 4394 6208
Mail: Roads and Maritime Services Central Coast Office, Locked Bag 2030, Newcastle NSW 2300