City of Parramatta Council, The Hills Shire Council and Transport for NSW (TfNSW) are working in partnership on the construction of more than 100 commuter car parking spaces at Junction Road, Winston Hills. The project will provide much needed parking for commuters using bus services along the M2 Motorway.

Hills Shire Council are delivering the new spaces on behalf of the NSW Government via a grant provided to Council, upgrades will include kerb, footpath, landscaping and angled car parking spaces.

The Hills Shire Council will carry out the construction of the project as the proposed works are located within The Hills Shire Council Local Government Area. The City of Parramatta Council, as a delivery partner, will provide community engagement assistance on the project.

The design has been completed and the concept plan is available in the Resources section of this page.

> Consultation

Community consultation for the project was completed by The City of Parramatta Council. Thank you to everyone that provided feedback.

> Construction

The first stage of the Junction Road Commuter Carpark upgrades will soon be completed and opened to the public.

The project, delivered by The Hills Shire Council in partnership with The City of Parramatta Council and Transport for NSW, will provide over 115 commuter car spaces between Romulus Street and Hillcrest Avenue to facilitate the bus service on the M2 Motorway.

We are also pleased to announce that the second stage of the project is about to commence in early November. The next phase of work involves accessibility and amenity upgrades to the parking on Junction Road between Hillcrest Avenue and Bellotti Avenue.

These upgrades will provide at least an additional 30 commuter car spaces and important pedestrian links to complement the bus service on the M2 Motorway. Detailed plans of the second stage of the project can be found in the resources section of this page.

> During construction

There will be no parking on either side of Junction Road throughout the construction period between Romulus Street and Hillcrest Avenue. Alternate parking is available nearby (see map below).

Frequently asked questions

The project will deliver more than 100 commuter car spaces.

The carpark will be open to the public in December 2021.

There will be no parking on either side of Junction Road throughout the construction period between Romulus Street and Hillcrest Avenue. Alternate parking is available nearby. Please see below.


No, there are no plans to introduce timed parking on this site.