Out of hours work in Kingsford at Nine Ways
19th January 2018
Transport for NSW plan to conduct out of hours work in Kingsford between Nine Ways and Sturt Street, south of Sturt Street and at the Rainbow Street Rail Yard.
Night work on Anzac Parade between Barker Street and Rainbow Street in Kingsford
A temporary traffic change will move the light rail worksite on Anzac Parade from 10pm Friday 29 September to 5am Monday 16 October.
Traffic lights to be installed at Anzac Parade and Sturt Street intersection
31st August 2017
From Friday 8th September, four sets of traffic lights will be installed at the intersection of Sturt Street and Anzac Parade. In addition, two ‘no right turn’ movements will be introduced and the pedestrian crossing out the front of our club will be removed (pedestrians will be able to utilise the new crossings at Sturt Street and Anzac Parade instead).
Out of hours work in Kingsford between Nine Ways and Sturt Street
30th August 2017
Out of hours work will take place on Anzac Parade between the Nine Ways intersection and Sturt Street from Saturday 2nd September to Monday 2nd October.
Light rail work continuing in Kensington and Kingsford
26th July 2017
This notification covers construction activities from 1st August to 31st October on Anzac Parade between Dacey Avenue and Sturt Street, the Rainbow Street rail yard as well as intersection work.
Out of hours work in Kingsford between 1st August and 1stSeptember
26th July 2017
Works will continue to take place between the Nine Ways intersection and Sturt Street including day, night and weekend work.
The Nine Ways intersection is being signalized
28th June 2017
From Friday 30th June the Nine Ways roundabout is being removed and replaced by a signalized intersection.
Out of hours work in Kingsford from 1st July to 1st August
27th June 2017
Works will take place on Anzac Parade between the Nine Ways intersection and Sturt street from 1st July to 1st August out of hours.
Out of hours work in Kingsford from 20th June to 20th July
20th June 2017
Works will take place on Anzac Parade between Barker Street and Rainbow Street from 20th June to 20th July out of hours.
Meeks Street out of hours work
13th June 2017
Out of hours work is scheduled to take place at the Meeks Street signalised pedestrian crossing at Anzac Parade to undertake preparatory work for the track slab installation. The pedestrian crossing will be temporarily closed between 9pm and 5am at night from Tuesday 13 – Friday 16 June.
Traffic changes in Kingsford between Barker St and Rainbow St
2nd June 2017
Traffic Changes on Anzac Parade between Barker St and Rainbow St, from 10pm Friday 2 June to 10pm Friday 14 July. The light rail worksite will move to the median of Anzac Parade.
Notification of traffic changes in Kingsford between 5th May and 26th May
5th May 2017
Temporary changes will take place on Anzac Parade between Barker Street and Rainbow Street in Kingsford to install light rail track.
Out of hours work in Kingsford between 1st May and 1st June
1st May 2017
Works continue on Anzac Parade between the Nine Ways Roundabout and Sturt Street in preparation for the new Kingsford Terminus.
Out of hours work in Kingsford between 20th April and 20th May
20th April 2017
Works will take place between Barker Street and Rainbow Street from 20th April to 20th May out of hours (evenings and Sundays).
Out of hours work in Kensington between 20th April and 20th May
20th April 2017
Works will take place on Anzac Parade, between Todman Avenue and High Street and also on Todman Avenue from the Anzac Parade intersection to Villiers Street in Kensington. Work will take place out of hours (evenings and Sundays) with some work continuing up to 8am on a weekend.
Light Rail construction starts in Kingsford
1st April 2017
ALTRAC light rail, the consortium appointed to design, build, operate and maintain the new light rail will be starting construction work in Kingsford from 1st April. The new light rail construction site will (from the evening of 2nd April) occupy two car parks located out the front of the Juniors on Anzac Parade.