Martin Bridge feedback deadline Friday

COMMUNITY feedback is due by the end of the week on delivery options for the upcoming maintenance program on Martin Bridge at Taree.

Work is due to start by the middle of this year and will take around a year to complete, weather permitting.

The work is essential to meet current bridge and B-double route standards and to reduce possible future damage to the bridge, member for Myall Lakes, Stephen Bromhead said.

Mr Bromhead said Roads and Maritime has looked at various options to minimise the inconvenience caused by the work and two options have been shortlisted for community feedback.

For a copy of the community update and more information about the project, visit rms.nsw.gov.au/roadprojects

Roads and Maritime Services carried out investigations last year to help determine the proposed program of work and how it will be delivered, including the installation of the new traffic safety barrier along the full length of Martin Bridge.

Roads and Maritime Services carried out investigations last year to help determine the proposed program of work and how it will be delivered, including the installation of the new traffic safety barrier along the full length of Martin Bridge.