$10 million project to upgrade the Hume Highway at Kyeamba
27 February 2015
The NSW Government is carrying out $10 million in repairs to a five kilometre section of the road on the northbound section of the Hume Highway at Kyeamba.
Mr Aplin said the project follows on from $7 million of work carried out at the same location early last year.
“Once completed, motorists will have a safer section of road on which to drive and the long term routine maintenance costs will be reduced considerably,” Mr Aplin said.
“Work is being carried out from Monday to Saturday from 6am until 12 midnight. and is expected to be completed in early June, weather permitting.
“For the safety of workers and motorists, all traffic will use the two southbound lanes, 24 hours a day for the duration of the project, with the exception of the Easter long weekend when both sides of the road will be open to cater for increased holiday traffic.
“Motorists should plan their trip, allow extra travel time and follow all signs, including reduced speed limits.
“Access to properties along the road will be maintained at all times.
Mr Aplin thanks the community for its patience during this important upgrade work.
For more information on scheduled road work, visit www.livetraffic.com or download the Live Traffic NSW application or call 132 701.
Media Contact: Greg Aplin 6021 3042 or 0428 600 343
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