Mulgoa Road upgrade between Jeanette Street, Regentville and Blaikie Road, Jamisontown


Project overview

The NSW Government is planning to widen and upgrade Mulgoa Road between Jeanette Street and Blaikie Road to support current and future traffic demands and expected growth in the area.

Latest news

Feb 2023 – Day and night works on Mulgoa Road and surrounding roads from 13 February to 3 April

Investigation work will be done on Mulgoa Road and surrounding roads as per the details in the attached notification (PDF, 432.74 KB).

Feb 2023 – Nest box strategy and online briefing

A nest box strategy (PDF, 1.61 MB) has been prepared for the Mulgoa Road upgrade between Jeanette Street and Blaikie Road. We invite you to provide your feedback on this strategy by Monday 27 February 2023.

An online briefing will be organised for Thursday 16 February 2023 between 11 am and 12 pm. Email to register your interest for this briefing.

Jan 2023 – Start of construction

Work is about to start on the upgrade of Mulgoa Road between Jeanette Street and Blaikie Road. More information in the Community update.

Dec 2022 – Project update

Transport for NSW has awarded the contract for the construction of Mulgoa Road upgrade between Jeanette Street, Regentville and Blaikie Road, Jamisontown.

The project will be delivered in Alliance with Seymour Whyte and Turnbull Engineering.

Jun 2022 – Project update

Transport for NSW is currently undertaking the procurement process for the project, and we expect to award the contract in the third quarter of 2022. This would allow early works to commence in late 2022. We shall provide more details to the community once the contract has been awarded for the delivery of this project.

Project information

What is happening now?

A construction contractor has been appointed for the delivery of this section of upgrade.


The key benefits to the community include:

  • improving road capacity to cater for population  and employment growth
  • managing congestion and delays along Mulgoa Road during peak periods
  • reducing travel times and transport costs
  • improving road safety for all users
  • improving active transport.


The key features of the project include:

  • Upgrading of Mulgoa Road to a six-lane divided road (three lanes in each direction) with a central median
  • Relocation of a number of complex utilities such as gas, water, sewer and electricity
  • Factory Road to be turned to a safer left-in access only
  • Longer and additional turning lanes on Mulgoa Road to access the M4 Motorway.
  • Removing the tunnel access to the Penrith Homemakers Centre at Wolseley Street by providing dual right-turn lanes on Mulgoa Road
  • Bus priority lanes at Wolseley Street and Glenbrook Street intersections.
  • An active transport corridor along the eastern side of Mulgoa Road
  • Active transport corridor connecting Hatchinson Crescent, Huron Place and Peter Court to create a shared transit zone for vehicles and cyclists and providing an adjacent footpath
  • Left-in only from Glenbrook Street to Peter Court
  • Noise wall on the eastern side from Glenbrook Street to the M4 Motorway
  • Preparation for future widening to the north and south.

Community information

Community updates

Frequently asked questions

Fact sheets

Project documents

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Project notifications

Project updates


Review of Environmental Factors

Construction Environmental Documents

Contact us

For further information about this project, please contact:

Phone: 1800 733 084 (Press 1)


Mail: PO Box 973, Parramatta CBD NSW 2124