King Georges Road Widening


Spatial Media was engaged to deliver a visual communications and community engagement portal on the proposed improvements to King Georges Road between Stoney Creek Road, Beverly Hills and Forest Road, Hurstville. The proposed design will provide three lanes in each direction, to reduce congestion and improve travel times on this busy road. The proposal also includes plans to restrict right turn access into and out of some local side streets to increase safety and improve traffic flow.


Within Spatial Media’s Community Analytics (CA) platform, the public is able to engage interactively with the project, view changes to traffic, download project information, have their say and supply questions and comments directly to the project team.


View the interactive engagement portal:


Additional project information:

Transport for NSW


  • Client : Transport for NSW
  • Date : 21/09/2018
  • Tags : Engagement Portals & Interactive Maps