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16 June 2019 Posted by 


The NSW Government is fast-tracking $30M in important safety work on the M4 following a fatal crash near the Church Street exit at Parramatta in May.

Minister for Roads Andrew Constance saidworkhas startedat the eastbound off ramp at Church Street to improve safety and help alleviate congestion with additional turning lanes.

The Centre for Road Safety conducteda review of safety on the M4 and its surroundsfollowing the May crash.

The review examined a wide range of data including crash statistics, road user behavior and existing road safety mechanisms.

“As a result the Centre for Road Safety has recommended12 actions for implementation by November 2019,” Mr Constance said.

“One of the firstpriorities isfast-tracking workon the exit ramp to ensuredriverscanexperience safer and smoother journeys as soon as possible,” Mr Constance said.

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