Final work on making Brighton better
10 February 2017
Traffic flow improvements have already begun at Brighton Le Sands, with work set to finish this month on a major pinch point project.
The last bit of landscaping work to improve journeys for motorists travelling on The Grand Parade onto President Avenue will be completed in February.
Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey said the work is part of the NSW Government’s $300 million Gateway to the South Pinch Points Program aimed at improving journey reliability.
“Vehicle movement has improved since work finished in December on an additional right turn lane at the intersection of The Grand Parade and President Avenue,” Ms Pavey said.
“Traffic flow has also been improved for vehicles travelling in the southbound lane on The Grand Parade.”
Work on the final stage of the project starts this week and takes place until Sunday 26 February.
Work is scheduled from 8pm to 5am, excluding Saturdays, weather permitting.
“We thank the community for its patience during road work, and we are committed to improving travel times for road users across the state,” Ms Pavey said.
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