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Road improvement works initiated at Campvale in New South Wales


18 October 2016

Road improvement works have been initiated at Campvale in New South Wales, which would be beneficial for motorists travelling on this route.

The New South Wales Government (NSW) will be providing $1.1m for carrying out road works that include the widening of the shoulders and rebuilding a section of Richardson Road from Grahamstown Road to 1.5km east.

Roads and Maritime Services spokesperson said: “Work also includes minor drainage improvements and the installation of roadside safety barriers to prevent motorists veering from the road and to improve road safety.

"Work also includes minor drainage improvements and the installation of roadside safety barriers to prevent motorists veering from the road and to improve road safety."

“Some tree and vegetation removal was carried out before work started to allow for the shoulder widening and to remove any potential roadside hazards.”

Port Stephens Council has already commenced road improvement works last week. It is carrying out these works on behalf of Roads and Maritime Services, and is expected to be completed in 12 weeks, depending on the weather conditions.

The council will be carrying out the road works at night, which will begin at 6pm in the evening and will be carried out until 6am, for reducing the impact on motorists on this route.

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