Have your say on proposed upgrades to Cambridge Avenue at Glenfield

9 December 2020

Transport for NSW is encouraging members of the community and road users to have their say on a proposed design to upgrade Cambridge Avenue at Glenfield.

A Transport for NSW spokesperson said “the proposed design has been developed to cater for the forecasted growth in the area and support the increasing use of the corridor.

“Western Sydney is Australia’s third largest economy and the population is expected to grow by a million people over the next couple of decades,” the spokesperson said.

“Cambridge Avenue is an important route that connects Moorebank, the Greater Macarthur, Liverpool and the South West Growth Centre.

“The proposed design to upgrade Cambridge Avenue improves access between Moorebank and the Hume Motorway by duplicating and extending the corridor westward from Moorebank Avenue to Campbelltown Road.”

It includes four lanes between Moorebank Avenue and Canterbury Road and extending Cambridge Avenue as a dual carriageway between Glenfield and Campbelltown roads.

The proposed design also involves improving access to the M31 Hume Motorway and Campbelltown Road interchange.

Transport for NSW invites the community to provide feedback on the proposed design by Monday 15 February.

To ensure the health and safety of the community, Transport for NSW will host two online information sessions via the NSW Roads Facebook page at facebook.com/NSWRoads on Wednesday 16 December and Tuesday 9 February.

For more information, visit nswroads.work/cambridgeave

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