Have your say!

Roads and Maritime Services is committed to actively engaging with community members and other stakeholders. Community consultation is undertaken on most projects except when emergency works need to be scheduled at short notice.

As well as this page, which provides information about projects currently open for comment, Roads and Maritime project managers and service providers seek feedback in various ways as required, for example through:

  • Newsletters including contact details for feedback
  • Displays with staff available in public locations
  • Community information sessions and workshops
  • Meetings to discuss specific issues
  • Online forums
  • Using the 'Have Your Say' online consultation portal.

February 2019 - March 2019

Proposed traffic lights at the Cessnock Road and Orange Street intersection, Abermain

Background:

Roads and Maritime Services is seeking your feedback on a proposal to improve traffic flow and safety around the Orange and Charles street intersections on Cessnock Road.

We are proposing to install traffic lights at the Cessnock Road and Orange Street intersection, which will improve safety particularly for motorists turning right turn out of Orange Street onto Cessnock Road and pedestrians crossing Cessnock Road.

Work also involves widening Cessnock Road to provide a westbound through lane and right turn bay into Orange Street. Improvements will be made at the Charles Street intersection to improve traffic flow.

More information and a copy of the proposed plan are available in the February 2018 project notification.

How you can give feedback?

The community is invited to provide feedback by Friday 8 March 2019 to our Project Manager, Paul Galvin, at paul.galvin@rms.nsw.gov.au or:

Paul Galvin
Roads and Maritime Services
Locked Bag 2030, Newcastle NSW 2300

City Road (Pacific Highway) intersection upgrades at Kahibah Road and Northcott Drive

Background:

Roads and Maritime Services is planning to upgrade the intersections of City Road (Pacific Highway) at Kahibah Road at Highfields and Northcott Drive at Adamstown Heights.

The NSW Government has provided $12 million for the upgrades to improve traffic flow and safety.

Roads and Maritime is inviting public comment on the concept design and the Review of Environmental Factors for the proposed upgrades.

More information and a copy of the concept design are available on the project webpage.

How you can give feedback?

The community can provide feedback by completing the online feedback form on the Kahibah Road Northcott Drive intersection upgrade page.

Alternatively, submissions can be emailed to: KahibahNorthcott@rms.nsw.gov.au or write to:

Roads and Maritime Services
Kahibah Road Northcott Drive intersections
Locked Bag 2030, Newcastle NSW 2300.

Submissions will be received until Monday 4 March 2019.

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