Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP)

To improve Auburn’s liveability, the NSW Government has awarded Cumberland Council $27million to improve public spaces and begin the rejuvenation to enhance it as a place to live, shop and do business. This grant is part of a wider program to revitalise public spaces along the Parramatta Road corridor (PRUAIP). The following four (4) amenity improvement projects within the Cumberland City Council Local Government Area were identified:

  1. Open Space: Extension of Auburn Park
  2. New Public Open Space: Stubbs Street Streetscape
  3. Parramatta Road Public Domain Improvements
  4. Melton Street M4 pedestrian cycleway overpass upgrade

This is part of the State Government's 30-year strategic plan to transform the Parramatta Road corridor. The Parramatta Road Urban Transformation Strategy (PRUTS) will bring a coordinated approach to development inside the Parramatta Road corridor.

NSW Government is proudly funding Cumberland City Council with grant funding to deliver the projects.

Map of Parramatta Road upgrade site

Parramatta Road Project - November 2023

Macquarie Road

Civil works and landscape works are completed.Tree planting along Paramatta road
Artwork, on the new concrete pavement, will be installed early 2024.

Melton Street

This project is completed.

Parramatta Road

Civil works are well under way and will substantially be completed late December 2023.
The undergrounding of the overhead wires is anticipated by March 2024 with artwork installation and project completion by April 2024.

Parramatta Road Project - September 2023 Update

The final stages of work are about to commence, and artwork on Melton Road is complete.

June 2023

Pavement work has started.

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