Henry Lawson Drive, Georges Hall

Pinch point upgrade on Henry Lawson Drive, Georges Hall

The NSW Government is funding this proposal as part of its $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s busiest corridors.

Latest news

FEB 2021

FEB 2021Consultation report

In July and August 2020, Transport for NSW called for public comment on the proposed pinch point upgrade on Henry Lawson Drive, Georges Hall.

More than 90 public responses were received. A report summarising the submissions and Transport for NSW responses was published in February 2021. View or download the summary report (PDF, 1.8Mb).

FEB 2021

FEB 2021Project REF

The Review of environmental factors for the upgrade has been published. View or download the REF main report (PDF, 29.9Mb).

Project information

In 2021, Transport for NSW will start work on a pinch point upgrade along Henry Lawson Drive, Georges Hall.  

Georges Hall pinch point upgrade – The upgrade is part of Transport for NSW’s ongoing program to identify congestion hotspots at intersections across Sydney. The southbound lane on Henry Lawson Drive, between Beale Street and Rabaul Road, was identified at contributing to traffic holdups and longer journey times for motorists. The critical stretch of road includes one of only two signalised intersection between Hume Highway and Milperra Road.

About 6,100 vehicles use Henry Lawson Drive through Georges Hall during weekday peak periods alone. Southbound traffic queues during busy periods can stretch back more than three kilometres from Milperra Road. Left unaddressed, wait times for southbound motorists will more than double during the next decade.

The upgrade will help reduce congestion on this busy corridor. The design includes utilising the existing eastern road shoulder between Endeavour Road and Rabaul Road to create a continuous dual southbound lane from Beale Street to Rabaul Road. It also involves prohibiting right turns from

Henry Lawson Drive onto Rabaul Road. Despite only a few road users making this turn, it has been identified as adding additional congestion, as it slows or stops northbound through-traffic.

Transport for NSW called for public comment on the upgrade during July and August 2020. A consultation report was published in early-2021. 

Investigation work was carried out between 2017 and 2020.  

Project documents

Project Notifications

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Pinch point upgrade, Georges Hall - Review of Environmental Factors 29.9Mb
February 2021 project notification

Consultation report now online

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February 2021 project notification

Georges Hall pinch point upgrade - consultation report

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July 2020 project notification

Have Your Say – Georges Hall pinch point upgrade

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March 2020 - Project notification

Investigation work, Georges Hall, April 2020

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February 2020 project notification

Investigation work, Georges Hall, February 2020

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May 2018 project notification

Investigation work, Georges Hall, May 2018

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March 2018 - Project notification 195Kb
November 2017 project notification

Investigation work, Georges Hall, November 2017

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February 2017 project notification

Investigation work, Georges Hall, February 2017

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Contact us

For more information on our Henry Lawson Drive projects, or if you wish to receive email updates, please contact the Henry Lawson Drive project team:

Email: HenryLawsonDrive@rms.nsw.gov.au

Phone: 1800 951 218

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