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22 July 2021 Posted by 


RESIDENTS of the Dobell electorate have received a major road safety boost with the Australian Government announcing it will invest $979,500 toward three projects under the 2021–22 Black Spot Program.
Senator for New South Wales Jim Molan said community input was critical to identifying key black spots in the electorate.
“Road crashes place major emotional and economic strains on all affected communities but particularly the families and friends of the victims,” Senator Molan said.
“I am pleased to see that projects like the Hue Hue Road upgrade in Alison will be delivered under the 2021–22funding round.
“The Liberal and Nationals Government is committed to securing our recovery and keeping our communities safe.
“Motorists living within and visiting Dobell will be pleased to know a total of three dangerous black spots in the electorate will be fixed with funding from the program.
“None of these projects would be delivered without the community’s vital input and I encourage all resident sand motorists in the region to nominate projects for future funding rounds.”
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Barnaby Joyce announced New South Wales would receive $34.4M in 2021–22 under the latest round of program funding, with Local and State Governments contributing a further $2.5M to the successful projects.
“The Liberal and Nationals Government is committed to making roads safer in NSW and right across the nation,” the Deputy Prime Minister said.


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