The Princes Highway at Narooma will undergo resurfacing and intersection improvements during the month of November.
Member for Bega Andrew Constance said the NSW Government has provided $1.2 million for the work on the Princes Highway which will improve safety, help prevent future maintenance issues, and allow for greater turning sight distance.
“Work will include rebuilding the road foundation, replacing the road surface and line marking in both directions between Wharf Street and Harrington Street.
“Improvement work will also be completed at the intersection of the Princes Highway and Clarke Street and the Princes Highway and Marine Drive to improve sight distance,” Mr Constance said.
“This work is being completed now in preparation for a busy holiday period over Christmas.”
To minimise impacts to motorists, work will be carried out between 6pm to 6am Sunday to Thursday from Sunday 4 November for four weeks, weather permitting.
Lane closures and a reduced speed limit of 40 km/h will be in place during work hours.
Access to side streets will be restricted at times while the road is being resurfaced. Detours will be in place.
Motorists are advised to allow additional travel time and follow the direction of traffic control and signs.
“Residents within the work area may experience short delays accessing their property and should ensure all vehicles are parked off the road during work hours,” Mr Constance said.
Roads and Maritime Services thanks the community for its patience during this time.
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