Local roads improvements completed
Posted 3 months ago
Local roads have received $3.79 million worth of upgrades as part of Council’s 2019/20 Road Improvement program.
The annual program focusses on maintaining the Camden area’s road network including resealing, traffic adjustments, path reconstructions, bus stops and much more.
The 2019/20 Road Improvement Program included:
- Murray Street - Broughton Roundabout Works;
- Hartley Road Renewal Works;
- Alamein Avenue Reseal;
- Hulls Road Reseal;
- Byron Road Reseal;
- Rickard Road Reseal;
- Oran Park Drive Renewal Works;
- Dickson Road Reseal;
- Heath Road Reseal;
- Broughton St/Barsden Street Intersection - Traffic Adjustments
- Cowpasture Bridge Renewal Works;
- Macquarie Grove Road/Sutton Avenue Path and Bus Stop;
- Cawdor Road Pavement Reconstruction;
- Richardson Road Bus Stop;
- Liquidamber Car Parking Extensions; and
- Werombi Road Renewal works.
Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli, said she was proud to see last year’s program completed as it was important to continue preserving roads and traffic infrastructure.
“Maintaining the current road and traffic network is pivotal to the growth of the Camden area,” Cr Fedeli said.
“We’re currently the fastest growing LGA in the country, welcoming more than 100 new residents every week. These works ensure our residents have high-quality infrastructure to be able to live, work and play in the Camden area.
“The work has improved road conditions, given motorists a smoother ride through our beautiful area and also provided crucial infrastructure including paths and bus stops.”
For more information on Council projects, go to www.camden.nsw.gov.au and search “Major Council Projects.