Resurfacing work set to start on Princes Highway
Resurfacing work set to start on Princes Highway at Termeil
28 May 2014
Member for South Coast Shelley Hancock today advised motorists essential maintenance to improve road safety will start next week on the Princes Highway at Termeil.
Mrs Hancock said road resurfacing will be carried out near Meroo Lake Road about 1.5 kilometres south of Termeil Creek to improve safety and minimise future maintenance costs.
“Work will be carried out from Monday 2 June to Friday 27 June between 7am and 6pm, weather permitting,” Mrs Hancock said.
“During work, one lane of the highway will be open to traffic at the work site.
Motorists should use caution when travelling through the work site and comply with all temporary signs, speed limits and traffic control measures.
“All lanes will be open to traffic for the Queens Birthday long weekend to ensure efficient journeys for motorists, with no work carried out during this time.
“Motorists are advised to plan their journey and allow extra travel times.
“The NSW Government’s is continuing with its massive multi-million dollar infrastructure program across the South Coast including the now complete $62 million South Nowra Princes Highway duplication, $510 million secured to upgrade the Princes Highway through Berry, the currently under construction $329 million Princes Highway upgrade through Gerringong and planning works currently underway to upgrade the highway at Termeil Creek ($1.5 million) and Burrill Lake ($1.9 million),” Mrs Hancock said.
For more information, visit www.livetraffic.com, download the Live Traffic app or contact the Transport Management Centre on 132 701.
MEDIA: Luke Sikora 0408 681 294
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