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Night work continuing on Princes Highway, Tempe, from Monday 29 May

Friday, May 19, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is delivering this project to prevent or minimise the occurrence of rear end, lane change and off road crashes at the intersection of Princes Highway and Holbeach Avenue. We were scheduled to complete the work by Monday 27 March but had to postpone a number of shifts due to wet weather.

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Night work on Mitchell Road, Alexandria, from Monday 29 May

Friday, May 19, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services will be upgrading the intersection of Mitchell Road and Buckland Street. Our work aims to improve the visibility of the intersection for south and northbound motorists on Mitchell Road and prevent or minimise the occurrence of crashes involving pedestrians at the intersection.

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Night work on Lane Cove Road, Ryde, from Tuesday 23 May

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services will be repairing in-road sensors, working on underground services and removing and replacing asphalt on Lane Cove Road between Curzon Street and Isabel Street.

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Night work on Parramatta Road, Summer Hill, from Tuesday 23 May

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services will be repairing in-road sensors on Parramatta Road, near Frenchs Lane, Summer Hill.

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Project update – Night work on Parramatta Road, Camperdown, from Tuesday 16 May

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is delivering this project to prevent or minimise the occurrence of crashes involving pedestrians at the intersection. The work was scheduled to be completed by Monday 15 May but has been delayed due to wet weather and the requirement to complete additional work.

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Work on Kingsway, Miranda, from Monday 15 May

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The NSW Government is funding this proposal at the intersection of Port Hacking Road and Kareena Road, as part of its Pedestrian Facilities Program to improve safety. Roads and Maritime Services invited feedback in March on alternative night work schedules for building a new pedestrian crossing, installing a new traffic light post and installing new kerb ramps.

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Night work on Epping Road, Macquarie Park, from Monday 8 May

Monday, May 8, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing work to replace the permanent electronic message sign on Epping Road, 100 metres east of Wicks Road. We will be on site to remove the existing electronic message sign board and install a replacement, which will be the same size as the current one.

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Night work on Homebush Bay Drive, Rhodes, from Monday 8 May

Monday, May 8, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing work to replace the permanent electronic message sign on Homebush Bay Drive near Oulton Avenue. We will now return to site to remove the existing electronic message sign board and install a replacement, which will be the same size as the current one.

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Night work on Lane Cove Road, Macquarie Park, from Monday 8 May

Monday, May 8, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing work to replace the permanent electronic message sign on Lane Cove Road, 450 metres north of the M2 underpass. We will be back on site to remove the existing electronic message sign board and install a replacement, which will be the same size as the current one.

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Night work on Pacific Highway, Chatswood, from Monday 8 May

Monday, May 8, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing work to replace two permanent electronic message signs on Pacific Highway, southbound near Gordon Avenue and northbound near Fehon Road. We will be back on site to remove the existing electronic message sign boards and install replacements, which will be the same size as the current ones.

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Night work on Princes Highway, Kirrawee, from Monday 8 May

Monday, May 8, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing work to replace the permanent electronic message sign on Princes Highway, Kirrawee. We will now return to site to remove the existing electronic message sign board and install a replacement, which will be the same size as the current one.

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Night work on Southern Cross Drive, Kensington, from Monday 8 May

Monday, May 8, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing work to replace the permanent electronic message sign on Southern Cross Drive near the Gardeners Road overbridge. We will be back on site to remove the existing electronic message sign board and install a replacement, which will be the same size as the current one.

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Night work on Warringah Freeway, Cammeray, from Monday 8 May

Monday, May 8, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing work to replace two permanent electronic message signs on Warringah Freeway near the Ernest Street Overpass. We will now return to site to remove the existing electronic message sign boards and install replacements, which will be the same size as the current ones.

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Night work on Foreshore Road and General Holmes Drive, Mascot, from Monday 8 May

Monday, May 8, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing work to replace two permanent electronic message signs on Foreshore Road northbound and General Holmes Drive southbound. We will now return to site to remove the existing electronic message sign boards and install replacements, which will be the same size as the current ones. We will also replace the structures that support the signs.

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Project update – Installation of a permanent electronic message sign on Burns Bay Road/Centennial Avenue, Lane Cove

Monday, May 1, 2017

Roads and Maritime Services is installing a permanent electronic message sign at the intersection of Burns Bay Road and Centennial Avenue, Lane Cove. The work was scheduled to be completed by Friday 28 April but the start of work was delayed due to wet weather. The remaining work to be completed includes installing the sign, testing the sign, trenching and installing power and telecommunications cables, and relocating the Emergency Services Advanced Warning Sign.

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