York Rd and Darley Rd Intersection Upgrade

Waverley Council has received funding through the Federal and State Governments' Road Safety Program to upgrade the intersection of York Road and Darley Road.

This project will make the intersection safer for pedestrians and bike riders and will involve:

  • Replacing 19 light poles along York Road (between Darley Rd and Queens Park Rd) with new multifunction poles, and undergrounding existing overhead street lighting
  • Removing the existing slip lane from Darley Road into York Road
  • Realigning the kerb and widening the footpath area at the entrance to Centennial Park to create more space for pedestrians and bike riders
  • Minor landscaping works, and other civil works at the north-east and west intersection corners

Construction will be staged with electrical works (replacing the 19 lights poles between Queens Park Road and Darley Road) starting first. The remaining works will then take place to upgrade the intersection.

Works will start on 3 April 2023 and are expected to be completed by end of June 2023, weather permitting.

Construction Update - Nightworks begin 28 May 2023

Civeco, the contractor engaged to deliver works on the York  Rd and Darley Rd Intersection Upgrade  is scheduled to commence nightworks on 28 May 2023. Nightworks are expected to last two weeks, weather permitting and will occur Sunday-Thursday nights between 9am-5pm.  Disruption to residents will be minimised where possible and loud-noise activities such as jack hammering and saw cutting will not occur after 11pm.  Please be aware of changed traffic conditions during construction and follow the guidance of trained Traffic Control Personnel.

If you have any questions or require further information, please email majorprojects@waverley.nsw.gov.au or call 9083 8000.

Need more information?

Herbert  Lam, Project Manager

9083  8631