Intersection improvements on Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park

The Australian and NSW Governments are upgrading the intersection of King Georges Road and Canterbury Road at Wiley Park to reduce congestion and improve safety. This project is part of a $240 million investment by Australian and State Governments to fast-track 11 congestion-busting projects as part of the plan to stimulate the economy as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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FEB 2021

FEB 2021Continuing work

Transport for NSW will continue work on this project and work will be completed by August 2022. The contract for this work has been awarded to Daracon Contractors.

Our night work hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Sunday to Thursday. Our day work hours are from 7am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. We will not be working on public holidays. Please view or download the February 2021 project update. (PDF, 1.38Mb).

Project information

The intersection of King Georges Road and Canterbury Road currently operates at capacity during peak periods. Queues of vehicles can exceed the existing right turn bays, blocking through traffic.

The project will widen Canterbury Road to provide additional right turn lanes on to King Georges Road in both directions. This will improve traffic flow, reduce congestion and improve safety.

The proposed improvements include:

  • widening Canterbury Road on the both eastern and western approaches to provide additional right turn lanes to King Georges Road
  • changing the existing dual left turn signalised slip lanes on Canterbury Road for vehicles turning into King Georges Road to a single give way slip lane
  • realigning of the left turn slip lanes on Canterbury Road in both directions to provide better vision for motorists preparing to turn left
  • adjusting the existing entrance into Wiley Park and construction of a retaining wall on the revised road boundary
  • relocating of existing impacted underground/overhead utilities and equipment, including an existing speed camera on the Canterbury Road
  • constructing new pavement where required as a result of the changes to the intersection.

Instersection upgrade at King Georges and Canterbury Road, Wiley Park map

To help interested members of the community understand the project we have put together a list of frequently asked questions. Please view or download the frequently asked questions (PDF, 264Kb).

In December, 2017, Roads and Maritime invited feedback on proposed improvements at the intersection of Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park.

After considering all responses, along with the proposal’s aims and design requirements, we have decided to proceed with the proposal unchanged.

We will continue to keep the community and stakeholders informed as the project progresses.

For more information please view or download the consultation report.

Project documents

Project notifications

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November 2020 project notification

Compound set up notification

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August 2020 project notification

Night investigation work for intersection improvements at Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park, from Sunday 6 September 2020

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February 2018 project notification

Proposed intersection improvements at Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park

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January 2018 project notification

Night investigation work for proposed intersection improvements at Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park, from Monday 5 February 2018

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November 2017 project notification

Have Your Say on proposed intersection improvements at Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park

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September 2017 project notification

Night investigation work for proposed intersection improvements at Canterbury Road and King Georges Road, Wiley Park, from Sunday 24 September 2017

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Reports

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February 2018 community consultation report

Canterbury Road and King Georges Road,Wiley Park intersection improvements.

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