Bexley Road and Canterbury Road, Campsie


Project overview

Transport for NSW funded this project at the intersection of Bexley Road and Canterbury Road, Campsie as part of the NSW government’s $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Points Program, which aims to reduce traffic congestion and improve travel times on Sydney's busiest corridors.

Latest news

Aug 2020 - Work now completed

Transport NSW has now completed this work.

Thank you for your patience during the work.

Project information


The NSW Government is funding this project at the intersection of Bexley Road and Canterbury Road as part of its $300 million Urban Roads Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s busiest corridors.


  • Extending the northbound right turn bay from Bexley Road to Canterbury Road to help reduce the likelihood of Bexley Road through traffic being blocked by motorists turning right onto Canterbury Road
  • Reducing congestion by improving northbound traffic movements through the intersection
  • Improving safety of the intersection to reduce the number of rear-end crashes and crashes involving motorists changing lanes.

Project features

  • Widening Bexley Road (southbound) into the grassed median and removing up to ten trees to accommodate the road widening and extended northbound right turning lane
  • Improving safety at the intersection by prohibiting right turns from the one way access road onto Bexley Road and installing a no right turn sign and a stop sign
  • Modifying the island garden beds immediately south of the access road to accommodate the extended turning lane
  • Reconstructing the footpath
  • Relocating street lights and utilities
  • Installing new drainage
  • Providing new landscaping
  • Asphalting and line marking.

Community information

Community engagement

Roads and Maritime Services sought community feedback in October 2016 on a proposal to extend the existing right turn lane from Bexley Road onto Canterbury Road. All comments have been considered in our decision making process.

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For further information about this project, please contact:

Phone: 1800 572 004