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Highway info sessions

RESIDENTS and businesses are invited to a series of community information sessions being held for the Pacific Highway's Woolgoolga to Ballina upgrade.

The first information session will be held at the Harwood hall from 4pm tomorrow.

Discussions will focus on access arrangements, local roads and the upgrade of the Harwood Bridge as part of the project.

Information provided during the session will include the suggested size and span of the new bridge, access and alignment of local roads to and from the new bridge and the access and alignment of local roads to and from Maclean and Yamba using the existing bridge

The last round of meetings will be held in Gulmarrad and Tyndale on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 March.

Changes to the proposed Tyndale intersection have been made to incorporate safety improvements to the off and on ramps for traffic heading to and from Grafton making the interchange safer and more efficient.

Topics:  community information session, pacific highway, upgrade




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