Grieve Close connection open to traffic at West Gosford
10 August 2015
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Scot MacDonald MLC said today that work is progressing well on the Central Coast Highway intersection upgrade at West Gosford.
The Project has reached a major milestone, with the Grieve Close connection opening to traffic today.
“The NSW Government has allocated $170 million for this major upgrade which will improve traffic flow, travel times and safety for all road users while better catering for future traffic growth,” Mr MacDonald said.
“Grieve Close is an important link which provides an efficient and safe connection for motorists requiring access to Henry Kendall Street, Corumbene Road and the Jusfrute Drive industrial area from the Central Coast Highway, Brisbane Water Drive and Manns Road.”
Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch MP said “Other components of the Central Coast Highway upgrade are also progressing well including the installation of a major storm water drainage facility at Manns Road and footpath paving and landscaping work at Brisbane Water Drive.”
“Major work started in November 2013 and is expected to be completed early next year, weather permitting,” Mr MacDonald said.
The $170 million upgrade is part of Roads and Maritime’s commitment to deliver safe, efficient and high quality services and infrastructure to the community and businesses of the Central Coast.
- For Mr MacDonald: Scot MacDonald MLC, 0408 450 032
- For Mr Crouch: Debra Wales, 0415 361 343
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