Vehicle activated signs will be installed on the Bucketts Way to improve safety.
State MP Stephen Bromhead announced the $41,250 project, funded through the Liveable and Safe Urban Communities Program, which is in addition to $20 million that the Federal Government has allocated to help improve the safety of The Bucketts Way.
"We know living in regional NSW often means a lot more time spent on our roads - and this program is about making those roads as safe as possible," Mr Bromhead said.
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said this latest round of funding would see 207 new projects commence, bringing the total to $258 million for work on 383 projects next financial year.
The Liveable and Safe Urban Communities program forms part of the NSW Government's Safer Roads Program, which is a five-year, $822 million program. More than $300 million has already spent over the last two years.
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