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Ross Street Intersection

Funding Program:Investment Road and Rail Program
Status:Completed
Transport Mode:Road
Expected Start/Finish:Mid 2018 - Late 2018
Estimated Project Cost:$5,600,000
Australian Government Contribution:$2,500,000
Local Council/Shire:Blue Mountains City Council
State:NSW

Project Description

The key features of which are: 

  • left turn ONLY from Great Western Highway into Hare St south section then left ONLY onto Wascoe St

  • left turn from Wascoe St onto Hare St south section then left ONLY onto the highway (westbound)

  • signalisation of Ross St intersection with the highway

  • left and right turn from Ross St onto the highway

  • left and right turn from the highway into Ross St

  • improved bus stop facility on the northern side of the highway leading to greater safety and amenity for bus passengers

Benefits

The project purpose is to provide:

  • improved safety and access for all traffic and especially peak congestion at Hare St south side intersection and resulting problem driver behaviour, vehicle confrontations and accidents
  • direct and enhanced access to and from Glenbrook Village Centre with the Great Western Hwy (east and west bound), as well as more effective access to the highway at Glenbrook
  • additional pedestrian crossings of the highway
  • improvement to the existing poor bus stop on the northern side of the highway.  

 

Funding

The Australian Government committed $2.5 million towards the Ross Street project.

Timetable

The project was completed November 2018.

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Project details last updated: 20/03/2019