The NSW Government has upgraded the roads north of Sydney Airport to improve traffic flow and connections to the airport and Port Botany.
OCT 2020Updates and announcements
Transport for NSW has completed upgrading the roads north, east and west of the airport, including widening O'Riordan Street to three lanes in each direction between Bourke Road and Robey Street. The project allows local businesses and the community enjoy the benefits of the new roadway and shared pedestrian paths, and is another piece of the puzzle for improving congestion and travel times around Port Botany and the Airport. For more information, see our Community Update (PDF, 7.27Mb).
Sydney Airport and Port Botany are two of Australia's most important international gateways. The roads around the airport and Port Botany are becoming increasingly congested and need to be upgraded.
Sydney Airport has built a new one-way road system through the T2/T3 domestic terminals to improve traffic flow in the airport.
Transport for NSW has reconfigured Robey Street and O'Riordan Street to accommodate upgrades to the Sydney Airport internal road network and help improve traffic flow around the airport.
The key features of the Airport North precinct proposal include:
- Converting the southern sections of Robey Street and O'Riordan Street into one-way roads
- Widening O'Riordan Street to provide six through lanes between Bourke Road and Robey Street
- Reconfiguring the existing traffic lights on O'Riordan Street between Qantas Drive and Bourke Road
- Upgrading the footpath on the eastern side of O'Riordan Street.
View or download the Airport North directional map.
For more information about this project, contact:
Phone: 1300 862 844