Kissing Point Road gets pedestrian safety upgrade

8 April 2014

Kissing Point Road gets pedestrian safety upgrade

Pedestrian safety is soon to be improved on Kissing Point Road at Dundas with work to install traffic lights east of Rippon Avenue starting on Monday 7 April.

Geoff Lee, Member for Parramatta said “The NSW Government has funded this $600,000 project to install traffic lights with pedestrian crossing facilities on Kissing Point Road. This will link pedestrian walkways between Dundas Train Station, Bells Road and the bus stops on Kissing Point Road.”

“Work will involve installing traffic lights, relocating existing bus stops and a shelter on Kissing Point Road, building new pram ramps and footpaths,” Geoff added.

The work is expected to be carried out at night starting from Monday 7 April and is planned to take two months to complete, weather permitting.

Night work will be carried out from Sundays to Fridays between 8pm and 5am with some work to be carried out on weekdays from 7am to 5pm and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays.

“The work forms part of Roads and Maritime’s commitment to improving safety across the network for all road users,” Geoff Lee said.

For more information on road projects around Sydney visit www.rms.nsw.gov.au/roadprojects

Media Contact: David Paddle 9891 4722

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