Mammoth project to improve resilience along key western road corridors


A record amount of slope remediation and stabilisation work will take place this year to improve resilience along major roads through the Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury, starting this month with work on the Bells Line of Road.

Funding for the works is being provided by the Albanese and Minns Governments through the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).

This major effort to improve road safety will begin with remediation work at Mount Tomah from Monday, 26 February, and it will be followed by remediation of two slope failures at Kurrajong Heights in March.

Read the full media release here (PDF, 110.15 KB).