The most highly-anticipated local infrastructure project of Gregory Hills will launch this week to the joy of the Macarthur region. Gregory Hills Drive, a five-kilometre dual-carriageway road, will connect the Gregory Hills and Camden communities to Campbelltown via Badgally Road.
“For over a decade, the promise of Gregory Hills Drive has been part of our assurance to residents. Today we are proud to deliver on that,” said David Taylor, General Manager, Dart West Developments.
The $45 million dollar infrastructure project has been funded and developed by Dart West Developments in partnership with Transport for NSW. When Gregory Hills Drive opens it will relieve the heavily congested Narellan Road, which has had roadworks underway for some time now.
“It is rare for a private developer to invest such a significant amount in the regional road network, but the opening of Gregory Hills Drive reflects Dart West’s commitment to improving transport accessibility for the wider Camden community, including the Gregory Hills residents,” said David Taylor, General Manager, Dart West Developments.
Launching with a single lane flowing either way, the new roadway is expected to receive an influx of motorists before all four lanes open in early 2018. Bolstering the importance of this new arterial road is the reconsideration of bus routes in the area by Transport for NSW, whom will look to improve public transport links for the Macarthur region via Gregory Hills Drive.
“As the Macarthur area grows, improving the transport infrastructure is essential to maintain quality of life. Dart West Developments and Gregory Hills are proud to have played our role in making it easier to get around the region.”
Gregory Hills is very excited at the prospects that this new roadway presents for residents, providing them easier access to Campbelltown, public transport links and the M5.