Preferred option released for the Nowra Bridge project

The Federal Government’s planning investment of $10 million for a new bridge across the Shoalhaven River is now at the stage of asking Gilmore residents, business owners and employees to have their say on the preferred option, along with more detailed information about the intersections of the Princes Highway, Bolong Road, Illaroo Road, Bridge Road and Pleasant Way.

Community consultation sessions are to be held:

  • 11am and 3pm Thursday 1 and Saturday 3 March at Stocklands Nowra
  • 11am and 3pm Thursday 8 and Saturday 10 March at North Nowra Shops
  • 10am and 1pm Saturday 17 March at Nowra School of Arts Annex

The preferred option will also be on display from Monday 19 February until Friday 23 March at Shoalhaven City Council premises, Nowra Library and TAFE NSW Nowra.

Feedback is invited until Friday 23 March.

More information on the preferred option can be found at rms.nsw.gov.au/nowrabridge

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