New South Wales
|The Northern Road (northbound) at Luddenham|
|Length||61 km (38 mi)|
|History||Superseded Metroad 9 in 2013|
|Major suburbs||Windsor, Campbelltown|
|Highways in Australia
National Highway • Freeways in Australia
Highways in New South Wales
The name "A9" is just the route allocation for the route as a whole. In actual fact, the A9 route runs along a whole series of roads. From Windsor to Campbelltown:
- Macquarie Street
- George Street
- Richmond Road
- The Northern Road
- Narellan Road
The A9 applies to Narellan Road from the Hume Motorway interchange to Camden and the complete stretch of The Northern Road from Camden to Windsor via Penrith. It crosses the Great Western Highway and M4 Western Motorway near Penrith.
The A9 route was first known as State Route 69. State Route 69 was a state route linking Putty Road, the current A9, and Appin Road. It was replaced by Metroad 9 in December 1998 and consequently State Route 69 was split into two sections. The northern section (Putty Road) connected Windsor to Singleton. The southern section (Appin Road) connected Campbelltown to Wollongong via the Princes Motorway.to via Sydney's western suburbs, along
In 2013, as part of the alpha numeric route scheme, Metroad 9 was decommissioned and replaced by A9. Also, the northern section of State Route 69 (Putty Road) was decommissioned while the southern section (Appin Road) is now route B69.
On 17 June 2014, as part of the State Budget, the NSW Government announced a $5.5 billion road package for Western Sydney. It includes $4.6 million for planning the M9 Motorway. The preferred corridor for the motorway is expected to be announced later in 2014 before plans are made for reserving land. 
- State Route 69, Ozroads, Retrieved on 2 August 2013[self-published source]
- http://ozroads.com.au/NSW/RouteNumbering/Metroads/9/metroad9.htm OzRoads: Metroad 9[self-published source]
- Clennel, Andrew (19 June 2014). "M9 Outer-western Sydney Orbital motorway part of big ticket $5.5b roads package unveiled in today’s NSW Budget". The Daily Telegraph (News ltd). Retrieved 21 June 2014.