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Princes Highway upgrade community information sessions moved online


Transport for NSW is following NSW Health advice relating to social distancing and has moved community information sessions for the Jervis Bay Road intersection upgrade, Milton Ulladulla bypass and Moruya bypass projects online.

Transport for NSW Regional Director Southern, Jo Parrott, said a face-to-face format was not feasible in the current environment.

“We are committed to engaging with the community as best we can during these challenging  times,” Ms Parrott said.

“Project teams will be hosting live stream Question and Answer events for Jervis Bay, Milton Ulladulla and Moruya communities to respond to any questions community members have.”

Ms Parrott said the community is advised to visit princeshighway.nsw.gov.au for dates and times of these live stream events.

“We’re pleased to have already received over 500 pieces of feedback on the three projects in only four days,” Ms Parrott said.

“I encourage the community to keep using these easy-to-use methods and, if they have further questions, attend our upcoming live stream events.

“The health and safety of our staff and the communities in which we work will always be the priority for Transport for NSW and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.”

Public information sessions at the following locations, dates and times have been cancelled and will be shifted online.

Visit princeshighway.nsw.gov.au, subscribe for updates or call 1800 719 759 to be advised of dates and times of upcoming live stream events.

Jervis Bay Road intersection upgrade (feedback on strategic options)

CANCELLED: Tuesday 24 March, 1.30pm – 3:30pm, Huskisson Community Centre, 17 Dent Street, Huskisson CANCELLED: Thursday 26 March, 4pm – 6pm, Vincentia Marketplace, 8 Moona Creek Road, Vincentia CANCELLED: Saturday 28 March, 1pm - 4pm, Vincentia Public Hall, Coles Carpark, Wool Road, Vincentia

Milton Ulladulla bypass (feedback on the identified corridor in the Shoalhaven Local Environmental Plan)

CANCELLED: Wednesday 25 March, 10am - 2pm, Ulladulla Scout Hall, 57 St Vincent Street, Ulladulla CANCELLED: Sunday 29 March, 8am-1pm, Mollymook Beach markets CANCELLED: Wednesday 1 April 3pm-6pm, 3pm-6pm, in front of Milton IGA, Princes Highway, Milton

Moruya bypass (feedback on travel and transport needs to help us develop options further)

CANCELLED: Monday 23 March, 2pm - 6pm, Moruya – Mechanics Institute, 15 Page Street, Moruya )CANCELLED: Thursday 2 April, 10am - 2pm, Thursday 2 April, near Moruya Pharmacy, 48 Vulcan Street, Moruya CANCELLED: Saturday 4 April, 8am – 1pm Moruya Country Markets

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Members of the community are encouraged to continue to provide their feedback online at princeshighway.nsw.gov.au, the project information line 1800 719 759 or via email at princeshighway@transport.nsw.gov.au until Monday 13 April.

The project teams will keep the community updated as plans for these projects proceed.


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