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Moruya bypass update

Transport for NSW advise they are making progress for a proposed Moruya bypass as part of the Princes Highway upgrade program. The initial community consultation period was open between 16 March and 13 April and Transport for NSW sought feedback on how the community carry out their journeys on the Princes Highway through the Moruya region. The Consultation Summary Report is now available.

Transport for NSW received 232 comments via the online interactive map and 63 emails to the project email address. Of the feedback received, 375 unique issues were identified focusing on key topics including; location of the proposed bypass and design suggestions, environmental impacts, potential social and economic impacts and traffic and transport issues in and around Moruya. View the community consultation report (PDF, 1.41Mb).

Transport for NSW advise they will use the feedback to develop and refine designs of potential route options before selecting a preferred bypass route saying "We will continue to keep the community informed as the project progresses and provide opportunities for the community to provide feedback during future stages of the project."

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