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Don’t forget to have your say on the Milton Ulladulla bypass

The community is reminded to have its say on the preferred strategic corridor for the Milton Ulladulla bypass by Sunday 14 February.

Transport for NSW Regional Director South, Sam Knight thanked everyone who has already taken the time to make a submission.

“More than 2000 submissions have been received to date via the online survey, email, phone and post,” Ms Knight said.

“The preferred strategic corridor broadly aligns with the location of the existing bypass corridor in the Shoalhaven Local Environmental Plan.

“The type of connections from the bypass to the existing highway and local road network, including the northern and southern entry and exit points, are subject to further planning.

“The community feedback will be considered and further investigations will be carried out to inform the project, which has been designed with the community in mind.”

Ms Knight said Transport for NSW carried out traffic data collection during the summer holidays to better understand how the network operates during this peak travel period.

“As part of the Princes Highway upgrade program, additional traffic data collection including monitoring of traffic volumes, intersection queue lengths and road use is being carried out on the Princes Highway to inform future planning for the Milton Ulladulla bypass and Burrill Lake to Batemans Bay upgrade projects,” Ms Knight said.

For more information about the preferred strategic corridor, the community can read the preferred strategic corridor option report via the project website:

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