ADVERTISEMENT - Construction of Lanes Bridge Bowraville

Construction of Lanes Bridge, Rodeo Drive, Bowraville is due to commence on Monday 8 October 2018, weather permitting.  Residents can access information relating to the status of the construction works on Council’s website www.nambucca.nsw.gov.au by searching for Lanes Bridge.

 There will be periods during the construction process when a full closure of Lanes Bridge will be necessary.  Signage will be erected at the following designated intersections:

 Road closure information will be provided via Media Releases, MyRoadInfo portal on Council’s website and an email alert to interested parties.  Register for an email alert by emailing lanesbridge@nambucca.nsw.gov.au.

ENQUIRIES TO:
Engineering Services Department
(02) 6568 0230
PO BOX 177
MACKSVILLE  NSW  2447

Guardian News           27 September and 4 October 2018  

 


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