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$1.3m roadworks to improve safety and drainage | Glen Innes Examiner

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Motorists on the New England Highway will soon enjoy a smoother and safer journey when travelling south of Glen Innes, with Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall announcing work has begun on a $1.3 million safety and drainage upgrade.

Roadworks started this work, and will continue until May, to improve a 1.3 kilometre stretch of the highway between Ryanda Creek Road and Stoke Farm Road.

“The New England Highway is a vital transport and freight route through the Northern Tablelands, and this section of road is used by about 2700 vehicles each day, more than 20 per cent of which are heavy vehicles,” Mr Marshall said.

“Transport for NSW started this improvement work this week, which will not only provide a smoother ride once complete, but will…



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