Community feedback about proposed intersection upgrades on the Oxley Highway is "absolutely critical", a state government minister says.
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said the state government was seeking feedback because it wanted communities to ensure they shaped the Oxley Highway plan.
Transport for NSW has put forward concept options with proposed improvements across the 9.5 kilometre stretch between Billabong Drive and Hastings River Drive at the Gordon Street traffic lights.
"These are big infrastructure projects but again we want the community to have their say as to how their community should be shaped as we go forward," Mr Toole said.
"It is important that the community reads that document and has their say."
Changes are proposed at a number of intersections but the main focus is on the Oxley Highway intersections with Lake Road and Wrights Road.
Port Macquarie MP Leslie Williams also urges the community to provide feedback.
Community members are invited to view the design and provide their feedback at yoursay.transport.nsw.gov.au/oxleyhighway or send their feedback on the proposed work by Friday, May 7, 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Oxley Highway Project Team, Transport for NSW, PO Box 576, Grafton NSW, 2460.
All feedback will be considered.
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