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Night work on Longueville Road and Epping Road, Lane Cove and Lane Cove West, from Sunday 22 May

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding these essential electronic message sign renewals to continue to provide traffic updates and information to road users about planned and unplanned incidents and events.Roads and Maritime Services will carry out this work which includes removing the sign boards and installing new ones on the existing structures. The new signs will be the same size as the current ones. The sign locations are:

  • Longueville Road 250m west of Pacific Highway, Lane Cove

  • Epping Road 400m west of Centennial Ave, Lane Cove West

  • Epping Road 200m east of Centennial Ave, Lane Cove.

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Project update for pedestrian safety improvements on Murdoch Street, Cremorne

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding this proposal at the intersection with Rangers Road, as part of its Walking Communities Program which aims to improve pedestrian safety.

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Project update for night work on the Pacific Highway, Chatswood from Wednesday 18 May 2016

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding this $190,000 project at the intersection of Ashley Street as part of its $500 million Black Spot Program, which aims to make the State’s roads safer and reduce the risk, incidence and severity of crashes on the road network.

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Project update for pedestrian crossing relocation on Underwood Road, Homebush

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding this proposal near the intersection of Homebush Bay Drive, as part of its Walking Communities Program, which aims to improve safety for road users and pedestrians.

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Project update for intersection improvement on Kingsway, Miranda

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding this proposal at the intersection with Port Hacking Road and Kareena Road, as part of its Pedestrian Facilities Program to improve safety.

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Project update - Proposed electronic message sign on Ryde Road, West Pymble

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding the installation of a permanent electronic message sign north of Lady Game Drive as part of its $246 million Pinch Point Program, which aims to reduce delays, manage congestion and improve travel times on Sydney’s major roads, particularly during weekday peak periods.

The sign will provide northbound motorists with up-to-date information on traffic conditions and advanced warning about planned and unplanned incidents and events in Pymble, the north shore, the northern beaches and the wider Sydney region.

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Line marking at the intersection of Marsh Street and the M5 Motorway on and off ramps from Monday 9 May

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding this $100,000 project to improve safety for road users and reduce traffic congestion around Sydney Airport. Roads and Maritime Services will deliver this work, which includes installing signage and line marking to discourage motorists from queuing across the intersection.

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Project update pedestrian safety improvement on Burrows Road, St Peters

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding this $150,000 proposal to improve pedestrian safety at the intersection with Canal Road/Ricketty Street.

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Project update - Proposed permanent electronic message sign on Punchbowl Road, Lakemba

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding the installation of a permanent electronic message sign near Hampden 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.

The sign will provide northbound road users with up-to-date information on traffic conditions and planned and unplanned incidents and events.

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Project update for the installation of a permanent electronic message sign on Roberts Road, Greenacre

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The NSW Government is funding the installation of a permanent electronic message sign north of 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.

The sign will provide southbound road users with up-to-date information on traffic conditions and planned and unplanned incidents and events.

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