Vanderlin Dr and Lee Point Rd intersection

A review of the roundabout at Vanderlin Drive and Lee Point Road identified that it has reached its capacity. Long queues have been observed on Vanderlin Drive, with minor queuing on Lee Point Road during peak hours at the roundabout.

A planning study has been undertaken to look at future options to upgrade the Vanderlin Drive and Lee Point Road intersection.

The detailed design for the preferred option is underway. The completion of detailed design will assist in undertaking cost estimates and investigate funding opportunities.

There is currently no funding for construction.

Stage 1 consultation

In November 2020, the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics consulted with residents, businesses and commuters about the congestion and safety issues at the Vanderlin Drive and Lee Point Road roundabout.

Stage 2 consultation

In November and December 2021, consultation occurred with stakeholders on a preferred concept design. Based on feedback received during the stage 1 consultation and a planning study completed by engineering firm SMEC, the preferred concept was developed to improve safety and congestion at the intersection.

The preferred concept design, a 4-way signalised intersection, intends to deliver the following benefits:

  • reduces the overall queue lengths and delays
  • improves safety for all users, including pedestrians and cyclists
  • caters for future developments
  • improves the cyclist network through the intersection.

Contact

Email: transport.planning@nt.gov.au
Telephone: 08 8924 7118


Last updated: 19 September 2022

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