Proposed widening of Raby Road to four lanes between Thunderbolt Drive and Gledswood Hills Drive - Concept Design Phase

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A concept design is being made for the upgrade of Raby Road between Emerald Hill Boulevard and Thunderbolt Drive.

We are at the very early stages of the design process and would like to hear from you about the preliminary concept design.

The design includes:

  • Transform Raby Road to a four-lane divided sub-arterial road, between Emerald Hills Boulevard and Thunderbolt Drive
  • New signalised intersections at Gledswood Hills Drive and Thunderbolt Drive

Benefits of the project

  • Improved safety at intersections and for cyclists and pedestrians
  • Increased road capacity
  • Reduced travel time during peak hours
  • Enhanced connection to the new Western Sydney Airport

Impact on you

A number of properties will be affected by this project and may require partial land acquisition or property access points may need to be modified. We will be in contact with any of the landholders of properties that will be impacted once the concept design is finalised.

We want to hear from you

We welcome your feedback which can be left by completing the form below by 22 January 2021.

This is a joint project with Campbelltown City Council and Camden Council in a funding agreement with NSW Department of Planning and Environment for the future upgrade of Raby Road.

A concept design is being made for the upgrade of Raby Road between Emerald Hill Boulevard and Thunderbolt Drive.

We are at the very early stages of the design process and would like to hear from you about the preliminary concept design.

The design includes:

  • Transform Raby Road to a four-lane divided sub-arterial road, between Emerald Hills Boulevard and Thunderbolt Drive
  • New signalised intersections at Gledswood Hills Drive and Thunderbolt Drive

Benefits of the project

  • Improved safety at intersections and for cyclists and pedestrians
  • Increased road capacity
  • Reduced travel time during peak hours
  • Enhanced connection to the new Western Sydney Airport

Impact on you

A number of properties will be affected by this project and may require partial land acquisition or property access points may need to be modified. We will be in contact with any of the landholders of properties that will be impacted once the concept design is finalised.

We want to hear from you

We welcome your feedback which can be left by completing the form below by 22 January 2021.

This is a joint project with Campbelltown City Council and Camden Council in a funding agreement with NSW Department of Planning and Environment for the future upgrade of Raby Road.

Page published: 09 December 2020, 16:12