Work starts on new heavy vehicle inspection station for the NSW Central West
A new heavy vehicle inspection station to be built on the Golden Highway will make one of the state’s key freight links safer.
Work to build the new facility is now underway, about seven kilometres east of Ballimore, between Dubbo and Dunedoo, on the western side of the Golden Highway.
The project forms part of a jointly funded, $23.7 million commitment under the Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program (HVSPP) to implement a series of improvments along the Golden Highway.
This new facility is one of these improvements, to which the Australian Government has committed $3.7 million and the NSW Government $3.3 million.
The full media release can be viewed here. (PDF, 161.87 KB)