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JUN
29

Police crack down on road users in Sydney CBD

Monday, 29 June 2015

Last month marked the highest number of road fatalities in NSW since May 2013.

According to the latest statistics released by NSW Transport, 164 people have lost their lives since the beginning of this year.

Given the shocking nature of these figures, the police carried out a one-day operation in the Sydney CBD that resulted in a whopping 664 infringement notices issued to cyclists, pedestrians and motorists.

Read more: Police crack down on road users in Sydney CBD

 
MAY
29

Leppington Upgrade

Friday, 29 May 2015

Work has begun on the final stage of the Camden Valley Way upgrade.

An announcement from the Roads and Maritime Services confirms that Leppington road users will have have a new road layout in the six weeks following Sunday May 17. A new intersection with traffic lights is being built at Camden Valley Way and Cowpasture Road.

Read more: Leppington Upgrade

 
APR
16

Dalgety Bridge Upgrade

Thursday, 16 April 2015

The first stage of a major upgrade to the historic Dalgety Bridge across the Snowy River is scheduled to go ahead in May.

$4.5 million has been allocated by the NSW Government to improve the bridge, which is locally referred to as Buckley Crossing.

Read more: Dalgety Bridge Upgrade

   
APR
01

Daily commute getting worse

Wednesday, 01 April 2015

Article PhotoA survey of 16,000 people from suburbs in NSW revealed that 34 per cent feel their daily commute is the worst it has been in four years.

The survey was conducted by the National Road and Motorists' Association (NRMA) as part of its Congestion Busting Plan.

Read more: Daily commute getting worse

 
MAR
26

NRMA plan for speed cameras

Thursday, 26 March 2015

The NSW government is depriving speeding motorists a chance to self-regulate, according to the National Roads and Motorists Association (NRMA).

A recent statement released by the body suggests the current mobile speed camera strategy is affecting the way motorists regulate their speed. This is especially detrimental, if the ultimate goal is to get drivers to stay within the limit, and not raise revenue from fines.

In order to remedy this, NRMA has presented a proposal for fairer mobile speed cameras.

Read more: NRMA plan for speed cameras

   

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