Kwinana Freeway Southbound On-ramp from Manning Road

News Update 21 May 2018

The $35 million Kwinana Freeway Southbound On-ramp from Manning Road project is currently in the concept development phase with construction work scheduled to begin in early 2019 and finish in early 2020.

The project is funded by the Australian and State Governments as part of a $2.3 billion investment in road and rail infrastructure, announced in May 2017. 

The Manning Road southbound on-ramp will provide road network connectivity for road users wishing to travel south on Kwinana Freeway from Manning Road.

The project will also resolve travel time inefficiencies and rat running through the local area, and will reduce congestion and improve safety at the Canning Bridge and Kwinana Freeway Interchange by redistributing traffic to a more direct route south from Manning Road.

Local access changes
Southbound on-ramp from Manning Road to Kwinana Freeway.

  • Clydesdale Street
    No access changes, right-turn pocket installed.
  • Lockhart Street south
    Cul-de-sac at Manning Road intersection.
  • Edgecumbe Street
    No change to access.
  • Ley Street
    Minor intersection upgrade to enhance efficiency, all turning and through movements maintained.

Main Roads will liaise closely with the local community through the project design and delivery stages. In the coming months, they will engage directly with residents at the boundaries of the project as well as other relevant local business owners, special interest groups and neighbouring landowners.

For details and updates visit Main Roads website.

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