Night work for Mona Vale Road safety project
Motorists are reminded essential night work to improve Mona Vale Road through the Ponderosa Parade and Samuel Street intersection starts early next week.
“Roads and Maritime Services is continuing stage two work on the $1.5 million NSW Government funded project to improve Mona Vale Road where a fatal truck crash occurred last year, as part of the $246 million pinch point program,” a Roads and Maritime spokesperson said."
Vegetation removal and early work started in June, including the removal of trees burnt in the October crash.
“Night work will be carried out from 8pm to 5am between Sundays and Thursdays from Tuesday 7 to Monday 27 October to realign underground utilities, widen the road, improve kerbs and footpaths and upgrade stormwater drainage.
“Lane closures and reduced speed limits will be in place during this work and motorists are advised to follow all signs and the direction of traffic controllers.
“Road widening will extend the two lanes westbound between Foley and Daydream streets and provide a new lane through the roundabout to improve safety for all road users.
“Residents in the area have been advised in advance and will continue to receive information as work progresses,” the spokesperson said.
For the latest traffic information, visit LiveTraffic, download Live Traffic App or call the Transport Management Centre on 132 701.
CONTACT: Roads and Maritime Services Media Unit: 8588 5999