Have your say on new Grafton bridge signage
The Grafton community is invited to have their say on a plan for directional signage around the new Grafton bridge.
A Transport for NSW spokesperson said the project team is seeking to finalise the signage, allowing it to be installed before the $240 million second crossing of the Clarence River at Grafton opens to traffic.
“The directional signage will ensure all road users are able to use the new bridge safely and efficiently,” the spokesperson said.
“The community is now able to view the draft plan for signage and offer feedback. The closing date for feedback on the plan is Friday 8 November 2019.”
Transport for NSW has consulted with Clarence Valley Council and local businesses during the drafting of the plan.
This includes green directional signage, brown signs for tourist attractions and information, and blue signs for services including the hospital, airport and town centre.
The signage plan is on display in Grafton at the project display centre, corner of Duke and Pound streets, and at the Roads and Maritime Services office at 76 Victoria Street.
It is also available to view and download on the project website at New Grafton Bridge - additional crossing of the Clarence River.
Project staff will be able to answer questions at a pop-up display at Grafton Shoppingworld on Wednesday 30 October from 10am to noon and 4pm to 6pm.
Feedback may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to PO Box 546 Grafton, NSW 2460.