Pennant Hills Road Regulatory Gantries
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When NorthConnex opens in 2020, trucks and buses (over 12.5m long or over 2.8m clearance height) travelling between the M1 and M2 must use the tunnels unless they have a genuine pick up or delivery destination only accessible via Pennant Hills Road. Some exemptions apply.
Two gantries will monitor trucks and buses on Pennant Hills Road. They are located:
- on the southern side of Campbell Avenue, Normanhurst
- near the intersections of Hannah Street and Oratava Avenue, West Pennant Hills/Beecroft.

To find out more about the truck and bus regulation of Pennant Hills Road, visit 

What do the gantries look like?

The gantries look similar to other road gantries across Sydney. Their design is consistent with the gantries that were included in the Urban Design and Landscape Plan for NorthConnex. They span across Pennant Hills Road and are around seven metres high.

What does the work involve?

Our work to install the gantries will involve:

- Setting up the site
- Relocating underground utility services
- Installing the footings for the gantry
- Installing the enforcement gantry
- Connecting the gantry to the Intelligent Transport System.

We are working across the two sites at the same time.

Artist impression of the southern gantry, near the intersections of Hannah Street and Oratava Avenue, West Pennant Hills/Beecroft
Artist impression of the northern gantry on the southern side of the intersection with Kenley Road and Campbell Avenue, Normanhurst

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