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Field investigation work on the Pacific Highway, Waitara from Tuesday 9 February

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The NSW Government is funding a proposal to install a permanent electronic message sign on the Pacific Highway near Carden Avenue as part of its $246 million Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce traffic delays, manage congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s major roads, particularly during weekday peak periods.

Roads and Maritime Services will carry out the work, which involves investigating ground conditions and locating underground utilities at the proposed site.

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Field investigation work on Roberts Road, Greenacre from Tuesday 9 February

Monday, February 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding a proposal to install a permanent electronic message sign near Norfolk Road as part of its $246 million Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce traffic delays, manage congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s major roads particularly, during weekday peak periods.

Roads and Maritime Services is carrying out the work, which includes geotechnical investigations to better understand the ground conditions and locating underground utilities.

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Field investigation work on Punchbowl Road, Lakemba from Tuesday 9 February

Monday, February 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding a proposal to install a permanent electronic message sign on Punchbowl Road near Wangee Road as part of its $246 million Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce traffic delays, manage congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s major roads, particularly during weekday peak periods.

Roads and Maritime Services is carrying out the investigation work, which includes geotechnical investigations to better understand the ground conditions at the site, and locating and identifying underground utilities.

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Field investigation work on the Princes Highway, Arncliffe from Tuesday 9 February

Monday, February 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding a proposal to install a permanent electronic message sign on the Princes Highway near Spring Street as part of its $246 million Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce traffic delays, manage congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s major roads, particularly during weekday peak periods.

Roads and Maritime Services is carrying out the work, which includes investigating ground conditions at the proposed site and locating underground utilities.

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