RMS – Memorial Avenue Kellyville Upgrade – New South Wales - Project Profile
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Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) is planning to upgrade a motorway section in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
The project involves the upgrade of a two-lane, 2.2km section of roadway to a four-lane divided road with a central median from Old Windsor Road to Windsor Road.
It includes the construction of pedestrian and cyclist paths, bus bays at Arnold Avenue and Severn Vale Drive intersections, designated turning lanes, intersections and related facilities, and the installation of traffic signals and information boards. The project is being developed in stages.
Hyder Consulting Holdings Pty. Ltd (HCH), a subsidiary of Hyder Consulting plc, has been appointed as an environmental consultant and Spackman Mossop Michaels (SMM) as a landscape architect.
In December 2013, RMS published a preliminary concept design to seek community comment until January 31, 2014.
In August 2014, RMS published a community consultation report thereby commencing the next stage of consultation for community comment involving refined design and the review of environmental factors.
Subsequently, SMM submitted a draft urban design report on the proposed upgrade plans.
In November 2014, HCH submitted a report showcasing the review of the environmental factors undertaken for the proposed plans. As per the report, HCH stated the consideration of four options as part of the development proposal.
The first option involved restraining from making any considerable changes to the existing motorway; and the second option involved the upgrade of Memorial Avenue to four lanes, without the upgrade of the intersections with Windsor Road and Old Windsor Road/Sunnyholt Road.
The third option involved the upgrade of Memorial Avenue to four lanes, and upgrades of at-grade intersections with Windsor Road and Old Windsor Road/Sunnyholt Road, with the fourth option involving the upgrade of the Old Windsor Road to Windsor Road.
Subsequently, RMS initiated a community consultation process on December 12, 2014. RMS awarded the contract for detailed design to Beca Pty Ltd.
In June 2015, RMS announced the development plans to receive planning approvals, with the completion of the land acquisition process.
In June 2016, NSW government committed to provide funds from the state budget and RMS is in the process of seeking funds.
In June 2017, NSW government committed to provide US$12.12 million for the first stage of the project.
The project involves the upgrade of a two-lane, 2.2km section of roadway to a four-lane divided road with a central median in Sydney, Australia.
The US$115 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of pedestrian and cyclist paths
2. Construction of bus bays
3. Construction of designated turning lanes
4. Construction of intersections
5. Installation of traffic signals
6. Installation of information boards
7. Construction of related facilitiesReasons To Buy