Work on the proposed Pacific Highway and Manns Road upgrade in New South Wales will be carried out in two stages, with planning for the project continuing.

A Roads and Maritime Services spokesperson said the NSW Government committed $2 million to plan for the future upgrade between Narara and Lisarow to improve traffic flow and safety.

“The proposed Pacific Highway and Manns Road upgrade would improve user safety and reduce congestion, so drivers can spend more time at home with their families.

“Almost 400 residents and businesses gave feedback on the proposal in September and October last year which helped refine options for the proposed upgrade.”

The spokesperson said due to the length of the 4.7km upgrade, the proposed project would be completed in at least two stages, with more information expected to be provided later in 2017.

“Roads and Maritime Services has also committed to investigate upgrading the Narara Valley Drive and Deanne Street intersection with traffic lights.

“More detail on the entire upgrade proposed will be made available when the review of environmental factors goes on public display later this year.”

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