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Motorists invited to have say on improvements Lang Street, Kurri | The Maitland Mercury

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The Hunter community is being invited to have its say on a proposal to improve safety for road users on Lang Street at Kurri Kurri. Transport for NSW North Region director Anna Zycki said this $2 million project is being funded through the Federal Stimulus Road Safety program, which is jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments. “Kurri Kurri will be a safer place to live and work after these safety improvements are implemented,” Ms Zycki said. “Lang Street is a busy thoroughfare with about 14,000 vehicles using it daily to access the Hunter Expressway and Cessnock Road. “This project has been designed to improve safety in Kurri Kurri, and it’s also estimated it will help support about 20 jobs while it’s being…



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