The community is encouraged to comment on plans for the upgrade of Mona Vale Road between Ingleside and Mona Vale.
SHOROC has long advocated for Mona Vale Road to be upgraded to a divided dual-lane carriageway for its full length through to Mona Vale to improve safety and efficiency, and enable Warriewood/Ingleside growth.
The NSW Government has allocated a further $2 million this financial year to progress planning for the 3.2 km section of Mona Vale Road East – between Manor Road at Ingleside and Foley Street at Mona Vale.
The proposed upgrade reduces travel times by widening the road corridor to four lanes, with median separation and wide shoulders, and improves safety for breakdowns and cyclists.
Traffic lights, pedestrian crossings and bus priority lanes would also be installed at the Ponderosa Parade and Samuel Street intersection to enhance motorist and pedestrian safety and bus service efficiency.
The community is being invited to view the proposed concept design and comment on the Review of Environmental Factors which outlines measures to reduce environmental impacts.
Community information sessions will be held on Saturday 8 August, from 10am-12pm and Monday 10 August from 5-7pm at Mona Vale Memorial Hall Park Street.
The Review of Environmental Factors is also available to view on the RMS website and in hard copy at Mona Vale and Avalon Beach libraries.
Roads and Maritime is also preparing an Environmental Assessment Report for the Mona Vale Road West Upgrade Project between McCarrs Creek Road at Terrey Hills and Powder Works Road at Ingleside. The report will be on display for community and stakeholder comment in the first half of 2016.
Feedback on the Mona Vale East Upgrade Project is invited before Friday 28 August and can be directed to – Mona Vale Road East Upgrade, Roads and Maritime Services, PO Box 973, PARRAMATTA CBD NSW 2124 – or email email@example.com.
Have a look at the plans and concept design and have a say.