Inner-west traffic to worsen up to 300 per cent due to WestConnex, study shows

Inner-west traffic to worsen up to 300 per cent due to WestConnex, study shows

Commuters making the rat run through Sydney's inner-west will face increasing congestion as a result of the WestConnex motorway, as new modelling reveals peak hour traffic will triple in volume on some local streets over the next five years.

The traffic study, commissioned by the Inner West council, predicts hundreds of additional cars will crawl through local streets and arterial roads in order to access the WestConnex motorway or avoid it, once construction is completed.  


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