Friday, August 2, 2013
Richmond Bridge and Approaches Congestion Study
Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) has now released the Preferred Short-Term and Long-Term Options Report for the Richmond Bridge and Approaches Congestion Study.
The preferred options were identified in close collaboration with key stakeholders, including through a Value Management Workshop involving community representatives.
The report details the preferred short-term (to 2021) and long-term options (to 2036) which would best address traffic congestion on Richmond Bridge and its approach roads.
Key short-term recommendations of the plan focus on improvements to three key intersections: Bells Line of road / Grose Vale Road, Kurrajong road / Yarramundi Lane / Old Kurrajong Road and Kurrajong road / Bosworth Street.
The study also identifies the preferred longer term option for duplicating Richmond Bridge to address the future traffic needs and recommends reservation of a revised road corridor.
This report is now available on the RMS website. A link to the website is provided below:
For further information please don’t hesitate in contacting The Richmond Bridge Project Team by email to Richmond_Bridge@rms.nsw.gov.au