Bells Line of Road - Castlereagh Connection corridor identification
Consultation period has now been extended. Feedback will be received until 1 June 2018.
Transport for NSW is consulting on a recommended corridor of land for the Bells Line of Road – Castlereagh Connection for a possible high quality road.
Transport for NSW is now seeking feedback on each of the corridors. The consultation period has been extended, and feedback will be received until 1 June 2018.
This consultation will help to refine the recommended corridor. Once land is identified we need to ensure it is protected from future development so the transport infrastructure can be built when it is needed. Future access would:
- Provide for improved travel between regional centres west of the Blue Mountains and Sydney’s motorway network to support population and economic growth.
- Provide an additional access to the Blue Mountains.
- Create significantly better flood free access for communities in the Hawkesbury area and Penrith Lakes.
- Provide an alternative to the M4 Motorway, Great Western Highway, Windsor Road and Richmond Road.
Transport for NSW is now seeking feedback on the recommended corridor by 1 June 2018.
You can view the options considered in determining the recommended corridor on pages 41-45 of the Draft Strategic Environmental Assessment (PDF, 6.29 MB) .
Feedback from the consultation will be used to refine the recommended corridor and inform technical investigations.
If you would like to receive updates about the progress of the Bells Line of Road – Castlereagh Connection corridor investigation please email email@example.com.
The NSW Government is planning for the long term transport needs of Western Sydney by identifying and protecting a corridor of land for future transport infrastructure.
The Bells Line of Road – Castlereagh Connection corridor would extend about 45km between Bells Line of Road at Kurrajong Heights and the existing motorway network at the Junction of Richmond Road and the M7 Motorway at Colebee.
Have your say
Transport for NSW is seeking feedback on the recommended corridor by 1 June 2018.