Have a say on proposed clearways along Warringah Road between Roseville Chase and Beacon Hill

1 December 2017

The community is invited to provide further feedback on a proposal to install new and extended clearways on Warringah Road between Roseville Bridge at Roseville Chase and Beacon Hill Road at Beacon Hill.

A Roads and Maritime Services spokesperson said after receiving feedback from almost 200 community members and stakeholders earlier this year on proposed changes to clearways, a review of environmental factors has now been prepared to provide further detail on the proposal.

“The community is thanked for raising a number of matters during the initial consultation period which have now been responded to in the review of environmental factors. The community is invited to provide their feedback once again,” the spokesperson said.

“These clearways have been proposed as part of the NSW Government’s $121 million Clearways Program, which aims to reduce delays and congestion by maximising use of existing road space.

“The proposed clearway hours along Warringah Road will operate in both directions on weekdays from 6am to 7pm and on weekends and public holidays from 9am to 6pm.

“Introducing new and extended clearways on this important route through Sydney’s north will improve journey reliability and ensure all lanes are available for motorists, public transport commuters and freight operators.”

The spokesperson said feedback on the clearways proposal is invited until Friday 15 December and will be considered when finalising the proposal.

“Copies of the review of environmental factors are on display at Northern Beaches Council Civic Centre, Dee Why Library, Forestville Library and Glen Street Library,” the spokesperson said.

“Roads and Maritime will continue to keep the community updated as the proposal progresses.”

Comments can be provided by emailing clearways@rms.nsw.gov.au or writing to Clearways project team, PO Box 973 Parramatta NSW 2124.

Visit the Sydney Clearways Strategy website for more information.

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