[CAMWEST-discuss] Fwd: Display of the Katoomba to Mount Victoria safety upgrade Review of Environmental Factors
jonhol2 at netscape.net
Sun Feb 14 23:16:15 UTC 2016
I know this is very short notice, but some of you in the Mountains may have an interest.
"If we don't change direction we will end up where we are headed"
(Professor Irwin Corey, Comedian 1909 - )
From: Suzanne Kowalski-Roth <skowalskiroth at gmail.com>
To: Suzanne Kowalski-Roth <skowalskiroth at gmail.com>
Sent: Mon, Feb 15, 2016 10:00 am
Subject: Fwd: Display of the Katoomba to Mount Victoria safety upgrade Review of Environmental Factors
Just in case you don't know RMS is holding a public info session at the Community Hall in Blackheath tonight and tomorrow about the road works planned for between Katoomba to Mt Vic.
In 2013 there was a successful community campaign by local cyclists, children and active transport supporters that saw the Blackheath to Medlow Bath stretch be included in RMS's preferred treatment works. The plan is to have improved surfacing in this stretch funded by RMS as part of the road improvements to the current bike path which runs along the railway which will open it up to a much broader range of cyclists, disabled people, children and the elderly or anybody who isn't very confident cycling on gravelly surfaces.
This is a one off opportunity to get some better infrastructure in. Also for road cyclists it's critical the wide shoulders proposed in the preferred treatment works are kept in. This was a major win in the campaign and will make it a much safer proposition to move between towns for road cyclists.
If you can't make the meeting (see below) please consider dropping an email or feeding back.
Thanks and happy cycling! Please share among your networks.
Roads andMaritime Services has prepared a detailed Review ofEnvironmental Factors andconcept design for a safety upgrade of the Great Western Highway from Katoombato Mount Victoria.
The Reviewof Environmental Factors and concept design are now on display for community andstakeholder feedback until Thursday 3 March 2016.
During thedisplay period, copies of the Review of Environmental Factors are available todownloadhere or you canview printed copies which are currently on display at:
• Blackheath Library, Great Western Highway
• Blue Mountains Council Office – 2-6 Civic Place, Katoomba.
A copy ofthe community update can be downloadedhere.
We wouldlike to hear from you about the proposal and the Review of EnvironmentalFactors. Community information sessions will held at the Blackheath AreaNeighbourhood Centre, corner of Gardiner Crescent and the Great Western Highwayon:
• Monday 15 February, 6.30pm to 8.30pm and
• Tuesday 16 February, 1pm to 4pm
and atMedlow Bath rural fire shed on Railway Parade on:
• Tuesday 16 February, 6pm to 8pm.
Members ofthe project team will be available during these sessions to answer questions andexplain the details of the safety upgrade.
For furtherinformation please call 1800 035 733 or email K2Lupgrade at rms.nsw.gov.au
Katoomba toMt Victoria project team
1800 035733 (press 3) (toll free)
Post: K2LGreat Western Highway upgrade
PO Box 1406, Lane Cove, NSW1595
K2Lupgrade at rms.nsw.gov.au
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