Ministers for the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities The Hon Michael McCormack MP Deputy Prime MinisterMinister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Senator the Hon Bridget McKenzie Minister for Regional ServicesMinister for SportMinister for Local Government and Decentralisation The Hon Alan Tudge MP Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population The Hon Sussan Ley MP Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories The Hon Andrew Gee MP Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister The Hon Andrew Broad MP Former Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister The Hon Scott Buchholz MP Assistant Minister for Roads and Transport The Hon Barnaby Joyce MPFormer Deputy Prime MinisterFormer Minister for Infrastructure and Transport The Hon Dr John McVeigh MPFormer Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government The Hon Keith Pitt MPFormer Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister The Hon Damian Drum MPFormer Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister Senator the Hon Fiona Nash Former Minister for Regional DevelopmentFormer Minister for Local Government and Territories The Hon Darren Chester MP Former Minister for Infrastructure and TransportFormer A/g Minister for Regional DevelopmentFormer A/g Minister for Local Government and Territories The Hon Warren Truss MP Former Deputy Prime Minister Former Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development The Hon Paul Fletcher MP Former Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities The Hon Jamie Briggs MP Former Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development

Traffic flowing more smoothly on Camden Valley Way

Media Release

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14 March 2019

Joint release with:

The Hon Angus Taylor MP

Minister for Energy
Federal Member for Hume

Cr Peter Sidgreaves

Mayor
Camden Council

Western Sydney motorists travelling along Camden Valley Way will get home sooner and safer following the completion of the Grahams Hill Road and Richardson Road intersection upgrades.

The $4 million upgrades were fully funded by the Morrison Government under the $200 million Local Roads Package — part of the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan.

Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population Alan Tudge said the congestion busting project would mean people spending less time on the roads and more time with their family.

“The Morrison Government is committed to working with local councils to ensure local roads are safer, with improved traffic flows and the capacity to meet future population growth,” Mr Tudge said.

“This is just one of many local projects that received funding through the Local Roads Package.”

The project was funded under the second round of the Local Roads Package - worth a total of $62 million - which followed on from the first round in 2016 worth $29.4 million.

Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor joined Camden Mayor Peter Sidgreaves on Thursday to officially open the intersection upgrades.

Mr Taylor said the improvements were part of the Camden to Narellan Corridor upgrade, which included a number of separate projects.

“This gateway intersection linking Camden and Narellan is one of the busiest in the area. Regular motorists through here, and I include myself among them, have already noticed the smoother traffic flows along Camden Valley Way.

“We are determined to be funding and finishing these infrastructure improvements, to make it easier and safer for motorists to get where they need to go.”  

This project included widening Camden Valley Way, Grahams Hill Road and Richardson Road, lengthening the existing right-turn lanes from Camden Valley Way into Richardson Road and Grahams Hill Road, upgrading pedestrian ramps and other traffic improvements.

Mayor of Camden Council Peter Sidgreaves said the completion of the project had significantly boosted safety for residents.  

“I thank both the Australian and State governments for their contributions to our road network. They go a long way in improving local transport connections for our community and supporting our population growth,” Cr Sidgreaves said.