Tunnels, lower gradients and low-noise pavement have been included in the design for the Coffs Harbour bypass according to the NSW State member for Coffs harbour, Gurmesh Singh.
“What we’re announcing today is that there will be three proper tunnels, we’ve listened to the communities concerns” Gurmesh Singh said.
Fourteen kilometres, bypassing up to 12 sets of traffic lights and removing up to 12,000 vehicles a day from the CBD
The refined design has a reduced impact on areas of Aboriginal cultural significance
“Our songlines, storylines, walking tracks will remain intact” Uncle Mark Flanders said.
Submissions are invited on the EIS by Sunday 27 October and should be sent to the NSW Department of Planning Infrastructure and Environment.
To find out more about the project and how to make a submission on the project’s EIS visit pacifichighway.nsw.gov.au/coffsharbourbypass
The above is from the ABC Coffs Coast Facebook page. Saturday September 7 2019.