Princes Highway resealed near Tuross Head intersection

Road maintenance work is being carried out between Coila Creek Road and Old Princes Highway near the Tuross Head intersection at Hector McWilliam Drive.
Road maintenance work is being carried out between Coila Creek Road and Old Princes Highway near the Tuross Head intersection at Hector McWilliam Drive.

Road resealing is part of road works being carried out on the Princes Highway at Turlinjah until Wednesday, October 23, Transport for NSW says.

This "essential" maintenance work would be carried out between Coila Creek Road and Old Princes Highway near the Tuross Head intersection at Hector McWilliam Drive.

Work would be carried out between 7am and 5pm. No work would be carried out on weekends or public holidays.

Traffic control, lane closures and a reduced speed limit of 40 km/h would be in place for the safety of workers and road users during work hours.

Motorists were advised to drive to the conditions and to follow the directions of signs and traffic control.

Transport for NSW thanked the community for its patience while work was carried out.

The area has been the scene of several crashes in recent years, including an accident on October 1, 2019, where five people were taken to Moruya Hospital including two children.

A Coila resident believed it was "only a matter of time before someone dies" at the Princes Highway and Hector McWilliam Drive intersection.

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