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GUNNEDAH has moved one stop closer to a second rail overpass with the release this week of the community submissions report.
Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson this morning announced that the Gunnedah second road over rail bridge project is progressing well with the community submissions report now available to the public.
Mr Anderson said this is great news for the community to see the upgrade progressing through the planning stages which will meet existing and future traffic demands.
“Feedback included in the submissions report has been collected from individual suggestions and two community drop-in sessions held in May,” Mr Anderson said.
“Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) is committed to ensuring the interests of the Gunnedah community and other stakeholders are considered in the selection of a preferred option.
“Some of the most common issues raised in submissions included the impact to business, traffic flow and travel times, existing New Street level crossing and property access.
“RMS thanks the community for their interest and feedback to the project.“RMS will continue to work with the community to investigate and develop the preferred option which is scheduled to be finalised later this year.
“The preliminary options include one in place of the existing New Street level crossing and two arching west around the Gunnedah Maize Mill.
“The $16 million project is being funded by the NSW Government,” Mr Anderson said.
To view the submissions report or to learn more about the project visithttp://www.rms.nsw.gov.au, call 1800 029 585, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Gunnedah Shire Council, Library or Motor Registry during business hours.
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