Merry Christmas as safety work finishes on two major roads in Oxley
21 December 2017
Motorists travelling on the Oxley and Pacific highways are experiencing safer and smoother journeys this festive season after the completion of two projects worth $4.5 million.
A Roads and Maritime Services spokesperson said a one kilometre section of the Pacific Highway was resurfaced, safety barriers adjusted and line marking carried out near Camden Haven River Bridge.
“Work was carried out in both the north and southbound lanes of the highway for around three weeks and motorists are thanked for their patience,” the spokesperson said.
“The Pacific Highway is one of the busiest roads in Australia, which is why this work was so important to ensure motorists continue to experience safe trips.
“Resurfacing work also took place on the Oxley Highway between King Creek Road and Randall Street, to provide a stronger, longer lasting and safer road for motorists.
“These improvements will benefit the more than 10,000 motorists, including locals, tourists and freight operators, who use this stretch of the highway east of Wauchope each day.”