Seeing Red on Roads

Slider - NRMA seeing redThank you to everyone in the region who completed the “Seeing Red on Roads” survey. Your voice was heard loud and clear…

The Bucketts Way featured for the third year, with the Allworth section voted the 7th worst road in NSW.

10 worst roads in NSW were:

  1. Pacific Highway at Coffs Harbour
  2. Pennant Hills Road at Pennant Hills
  3. Parramatta Road at Concord
  4. Princes Highway at Albion Park
  5. Barton Highway at Murrumbateman
  6. Kings Highway at Braidwood
  7. Bucketts Way at Allworth
  8. M5 Motorway at Revesby
  9. Narellan Road at Campbelltown
  10. M4 Western Motorway at Granville

Information from NRMA

Since NRMA’s first Seeing Red on Roads campaign kicked in 2011, more than 47,000 people have voted for their worst roads across the state. As a result of these campaigns, the NSW Government has committed to several major road upgrades including the completion of the Pacific Highway by 2020, as well as building WestConnex and NorthConnex to fix the worst areas of congestion in Sydney.

“Following the Seeing Red on Roads campaign over the past few years, we have seen some real progress from the NSW and Australian governments to upgrade some of the most dangerous sections of road in the State,” NRMA President Kyle Loades said.

Click on the link to view an interactive heat map of the worst roads. Simply zoom in to search for the worst roads, or type your suburb and state/territory or ‘Australia’ (e.g Campbelltown, NSW/ Campbelltown, Australia) to see which roads in your area are making road users see red.

Bucketts Way Red Flag Stats

2012 – Allworth – 2nd worst road – North Coast region
2013 – Allworth – 3rd worst road – Hunter/Newcastle region
2013 – Krambach – 9th worst road – NSW
2014 – Allworth – 7th worst road – NSW

 

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