Roads and Traffic Authority asks for comments about bypass signs
22 August 2011
The Roads and Traffic Authority is asking for community comment about proposed directional signs for the Ballina bypass.
“Road signs are an important way of informing motorists how to access nearby towns and major destinations from the highway,” a Roads and Traffic Authority spokesperson said.
“They are equally important to local communities, who want to make sure highway traffic can easily find its way to the towns.
“The signs included in the proposal include directional signs to Ballina and Tintenbar for the Cumbalum interchange and major destination signs on the highway,” the spokesperson said.
The proposed signs are on display for public comment until Friday 2 September at:
- Ballina Shire Council
corner of Cherry and Tamar streets, Ballina
Weekdays from 9am to 4pm
- Ballina Bypass Alliance community information centre
corner of Teven Road and the Pacific Highway, West Ballina
Weekdays from 8am to 5pm
The plans for the signs are also available online from the Ballina bypass project webpage, follow the links from www.rta.nsw.gov.au/pacific
Comments about the proposed signs can be submitted in person at the display locations or sent by post to PO Box 303, Ballina NSW 2478, or by email to email@example.com. Comments must be received by Friday 2 September.
The signs will be installed before the bypass section of the upgrade, from Teven Road to Cumbalum, opens in December 2011.
For more information about the Ballina bypass phone the project’s toll free information line on 1800 209 484.
The $640 million, 12 kilometre Ballina bypass is due to be completed in mid-2012 and is jointly funded by the Federal and NSW governments.