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22 March 2018 Posted by 


COAST residents have until Friday, April 13, to have their say on the proposed upgrade of the intersection of Empire Bay Drive, The Scenic Road and Cochrone Street at Kincumber.

Terrigal state Liberal MP Adam Crouch said a review of environmental factors for the design proposal would give the community a final opportunity to provide feedback and input on the upgrade.
“Currently Empire Bay Drive is only one lane in each direction, and the existing single lane roundabout is having an ongoing impact on traffic flow, particularly during morning and afternoon peak times and also on Saturday morning,” Mr Crouch said.
“This road is a critical link between Bensville, Empire Bay and Daleys Point in the south and Kincumber, Green Point and Erina in the north, so this upgrade will ease congestion and improve traffic flow for the 25,000 locals who use this road every single day.”
Mr Crouch said that previous community input had a positive effect on design work.
A drop-in session will be held from 5-8pm on Thursday, April 5, at Kincumber Village Shopping Centre to give residents a chance to talk to the design team and provide feedback.
The review of environmental factors (REF) and other related information is available at:






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E: Michael@accessnews.com.au

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