Barrington Bridge

Roads and Maritime Services is continuing planning for a new Barrington Bridge on Thunderbolts Way near Gloucester.

Barrington Bridge
Barrington Bridge

Have your say

Have your say has now closed and Roads and Maritime Services is considering the comments received from the community and will publish a submissions report in the coming weeks. We would like to thank everyone who considered the REF and provided a response.

Project background

Barrington Bridge was built in 1920 and is located on Thunderbolts Way, which is an important freight link between the Mid North Coast and the New England Tablelands serving tourism, livestock and timber industries.

The bridge is one of the bridges identified for replacement in the Roads and Maritime Timber Truss Bridge Conservation Strategy, which was developed in consultation with the Heritage Council of NSW.

The strategy was developed to address the long term management of these structures and aims to establish a balance between infrastructure provision and heritage conservation. The strategy was displayed for stakeholder and community comment in 2011. The feedback received was considered in finalising the strategy and identifying bridges for replacement and conservation.

Construction of a new bridge would improve road freight productivity, improve road safety for motorists and pedestrians and ensure the traffic needs of the community in the Barrington, Gloucester and surrounding areas are met.

Project documents


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