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Drive Safe Arrive Safe and have the best Christmas

Double Demerits 23 December 2016 to 2 January 2017 Think twice before breaking the rules The ‘Think Twice’ road safety campaign aims to encourage safe driver behaviour on our roads. The campaign reminds drivers and riders that during double demerit periods the consequences for breaking the road rules are more severe. Drive Safe Arrive Safe […]

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Is there something you’d like to say about the roads?

MidCoast Council is looking for community perspective on the region’s roads and bridges, the environment, and a special rate variation proposal, commissioning Jetty Research to undertake a telephone survey this month. Participants will be randomly selected through a telephone recruitment drive, commencing next week. Director of Engineering and Infrastructure, Ron Hartley explains “people who are […]

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The Pacific Highway closed in both directions

Live Traffic Update The Pacific Highway is now closed at Twelve Mile Creek, Medowie Road due to the Lone Pine Fire

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The Bucketts Way is closed in both directions

We have just been advised that there is a fire at Limeburners Creek Road in the Wallaroo State Forest resulting in the Bucketts Way being closed. Images courtesy of Tom & Paula Tolhurst

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Sharing the road with horse riders

Stroud is a horse riders dream with many in the community competing in various horse sports or riding purely for pleasure. Enjoying a trail ride in one of the many State Forests surrounding Stroud is an experience many city dwellers only dream of. On any day of the week it’s not uncommon to encounter horse riders […]

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New Road Rules – all road users and bicycles

Centre for Road Safety From 1 March 2016, drivers will need to give bicycle riders at least 1 metre of space when passing. The changes are all about respecting each other’s space on the road and ensuring that all road users are safe. On average, 11 bicycle riders are killed and 1500 seriously injured in NSW each year. […]

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