$470,000 safety project complete
$470,000 safety project complete in Royal National Park
21 March 2014
Motorists and cyclists will benefit from safer road conditions on Farnell Avenue and Audley Road in the Royal National Park with safety a upgrade including the installation of roadside barriers completed.
“The NSW Government provided $470,000 toward the project within the National Park to reduce the number and severity of crashes,” a Roads and Maritime Services spokesperson said.
“Roads and Maritime Services installed new one metre wide road shoulders and skid resistant horizontal lines to improve safety for cyclists.
“To improve road user’s awareness of the road conditions, curve warning signs, advisory speed signs and raised reflective markers were installed as part of the project.
“Roads and Maritime thanks motorists for their patience while this important safety work was carried out.
“Motorists are reminded to drive to conditions within the park and remain alert to cyclists using the road, especially on weekends,” the spokesperson said.
For more information about safety work under way in Sydney visit www.rms.nsw.gov.au.
CONTACT: Roads and Maritime Services Media Unit: 8588 5999