The Australian and NSW Governments are jointly funding this $8 million proposal as part of the Urban Congestion Fund.
The proposal includes widening the Princes Highway to provide a dedicated left turn lane from Princes Highway to Waratah Street. Its design also provides for a signalised left turn slip lane and dual right turn lanes from Waratah Street onto Princes Highway.
Relocating the existing pedestrian crossing from Princes Highway from south to north, and introducing a new pedestrian crossing across Waratah Street.
The proposal is restricting right turn movements into and out of the service road, by extending the median at Waratah Street.
We will also be constructing new shared paths, and undertaking utility relocation, tree removal and protection.
Up to 70 000 vehicles use the Princes Highway in Kirrawee. Our work will save people valuable time, especially in peak periods.
Work is expected to commence in 2022.
Transport for NSW undertook a Have Your Say that closed 15 January 2021.
The survey asked community members to tell us what they think of our proposal.
Once our report and design is finalised, we’ll publish it here and inform local community members
Phone: 1800 943 033
Post: Waratah & Princes Highway Project Team
Transport for NSW
PO Box 973
Parramatta, NSW, 2124.