Roads and Martitime Services will work to upgrade pedestrian areas near the Princes Highway and Murray Street in Moruya on Thursday and Friday nights, June 13-14.
Roads and Maritime Services said they would carry out work to upgrade the existing pedestrian refuge on the Princes Highway, 100 metres east of Murray Street, to current safety standards.
The roundabout at the intersection of the Princes Highway and Murray Street would also be upgraded.
Work would be carried out between 7pm and 5am on Thursday and Friday, June 13-14.
Weather permitting, night work would also be carried out on Thursday and Friday, June 20-21.
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RMS said partial lane closures and a 40 km/h speed limit would be in place for the safety of workers and motorists traffic control. Parking would not be affected.
Pedestrian access to either side of the highway would be maintained with safe crossing options at the Princes Highway intersections of Ford and Murray streets.
Motorists were advised to follow the directions of signs and traffic control, drive to the conditions and allow up to five minutes' additional travel time.
Roads and Maritime thanked motorists for their patience during this time.
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