Dee Why

In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

In September, the project team worked on Pittwater Road between Hawkesbury Avenue and Pacific Parade. A new 24 hour bus lane, between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue was introduced to improve traffic flow for both public transport users and motorists. Work included road surface replacement, a new bus bay and realignment of the southbound lane between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue. The graphic below shows the key traffic changes that commenced early September and that will continue until the end of the year.

Throughout October works will continue on traffic signal and storm water drainage upgrades, and reconstruction of kerbs and medians.

Work has also commenced in Dee Why Library car park on the corner of St David Avenue and Pittwater Road to construct a new accessible parking space and upgraded parking access.

Work will be carried out during standard construction hours Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm and Saturday 8am to 1pm. In October, we will be working up to five consecutive nights per week followed by two nights’ respite.

For further information regarding these works please view the latest Dee Why community notifications.

In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

In September, the project team worked on Pittwater Road between Hawkesbury Avenue and Pacific Parade. A new 24 hour bus lane, between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue was introduced to improve traffic flow for both public transport users and motorists. Work included road surface replacement, a new bus bay and realignment of the southbound lane between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue. The graphic below shows the key traffic changes that commenced early September and that will continue until the end of the year.

Throughout October works will continue on traffic signal and storm water drainage upgrades, and reconstruction of kerbs and medians.

Work has also commenced in Dee Why Library car park on the corner of St David Avenue and Pittwater Road to construct a new accessible parking space and upgraded parking access.

Work will be carried out during standard construction hours Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm and Saturday 8am to 1pm. In October, we will be working up to five consecutive nights per week followed by two nights’ respite.

For further information regarding these works please view the latest Dee Why community notifications.