On the eve of the NSW Election, the NRMA has welcomed funding pledges for the Princes Highway.
However, the roads lobby group has called on NSW Labor to provide more detail of promises, including a specific program of works.
The NSW Coalition promised $960 million for the highway earlier this month and NSW Labor last week promised to match whatever figure was in budgeted costings.
On Monday, the Parliamentary Budget Office revealed both parties' budgeted commitments in the four-year forward estimates.
The Coalition promised to spend $439 million on regional road upgrades throughout the state, including on the Princes Highway.
Beyond that, it pledged $15 billion for the Princes Highway, to be spent over a 20 year period and detailed sections of the highway to be upgraded in the long term, to the Victorian border.
Labor promised $675 million for state roads over the four year period, but did not specifically reference the Princes Highway, or provide detail on its long-term vision.
However, a spokesman released a statement saying, if elected, it would match the Coalition commitment to the highway.
NRMA spokesman Peter Khoury said the organisation welcomed all funding promises, but wanted more detail.
"The NRMA welcomes the NSW Government's commitment of almost $1 billion for the Princes Highway and the longer term commitment to complete the upgrade to the Victorian border," he said.
"We don't want further delay.
"It will save lives, boost tourism and strengthen the local economy.
"We are also pleased to see the NSW Opposition taking the issue of regional highway safety seriously with their funding commitment announcements.
"What we look forward to seeing from Labor is the specified program of works for the Princes Highway, because we cannot wait any longer."
The NRMA then went on to warn all parties that it would be watching, after the election.
"Whoever wins on Saturday, the NRMA is focused on ensuring that their policy announcements are delivered over the next four years," Mr Khoury said.
"Whoever wins we will hold to account."
The Coalition, in its election costing submitted to the Parliamentary Budget Office, outlined those sections of the highway that would be addressed in the $15 billion promised upgrade over 20 years.
- Sussex Inlet Rd to Milton
- Batemans Bay to Moruya
- Moruya to Bodalla
- Narooma Bypass
- Cobargo to Bega
- Burrill Lake to Termeil
- Narooma to Cobargo
- Moruya Bypass
- Batemans Bay
- Bodalla to Narooma
- Termeil to Batemans Bay
- Bega to Eden
- Eden Bypass
- Eden to Victorian Border