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Residents living in a small suburban street near Helensburgh train station on the edge of the NSW Royal National Park force a temporary halt to plans for a dump site.
Residents living on the temporary route near Helensburgh train station were furious when they received pamphlets from the department last Friday, alerting them of plans to open a new rail spoil storage site off their small suburban street.
Transport for NSW is delivering infrastructure upgrades at Waterfall train station and says additional storage sites for excavated materials are needed as existing sites are almost at capacity.
Lucinda Crossley Meates lives on Wilsons Creek Road and says alternative options must be found as the plan would pose serious safety risks.
"This is a very busy street with commuter walkers, families with prams, children playing and lots of kids," Ms Crossley Meates said.
"There's nowhere for people to go along a side path where they can get out of the way of a fully loaded truck that's under heavy load and speed."
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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