Casuscelli says have a say on new permanent electronic message sign at Homebush West
8 September 2014
Member for Strathfield Charles Casuscelli is inviting the community to have its say on a new permanent electronic message sign proposed for installation northbound on Centenary Drive at Homebush West.
“The NSW Government provided $6 million from the $246 million pinch point program to install fourteen electronic signs on key roads around Sydney,” Mr Casuscelli said “Installation of electronic message signs at key locations across the network aims to provide motorists with information on traffic conditions including delays, crashes, special events and detours in the area.
“Feedback is invited by Monday 22 September on the proposal to install a permanent electronic message sign about 330 metres south of Parramatta Road.
“Further investigations to inform the site design are expected to be completed by the end of the year, weather permitting,” said Mr Casuscelli.
Written feedback is invited to Roads and Maritime Services Project Manager Renuka Kaul, PO Box 973, Parramatta NSW 2124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residents will be advised in advance by letter of further investigations to assess underground utilities, soil and to inform urban design improvements.
For more information on pinch point projects in planning around Sydney visit Pinch point Programs.
RMS Media officer: Anna Hindson 8588 4933
View the original media release (PDF).