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Moruya bypass online Q&A session

This week saw Transport for NSW move community consultations about the Princes Highway upgrade to online due to the public health risks associated with COVID-19.

The State Government last year announced a $960 million dollar investment to upgrade the Princes Highway, which includes a proposal to build a Moruya bypass , however, the scheduled drop-in sessions in Moruya have had to be cancelled due to social distancing rules and consideration for public health and safety.

Community members this week were able to access a Facebook live Q&A session hosted by NSW Roads with participants be able to write questions and comments in the discussion area beneath the video feed while the live stream was taking place.

You can access the session and the comments by following this link 👇 https://www.facebook.com/NSWRoads/videos/564694257483650/

VIDEO: Facebook live Q&A session April 6th 2020 NSW Roads say "We are committed to engaging with the community as best we can during these challenging times and invite you to attend our online Question and Answer event. "During this session, you will hear from the Moruya bypass project team, who will provide an overview of the feedback received to date and answer your questions live."

This Facebook event was recorded and posted to the NSW Roads website for your viewing. In addition to the Facebook event, you can ask questions and provide feedback via:

• the project website: nswroads.work/moruyabypass

• email: princeshighway@transport.nsw.gov.au

• the project information line: 1800 719 759

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