Active Travel works start on intersections

Works on the Active Travel Plan shared pathways network will be more visual to motorists in coming weeks with upgrades to eight intersections set to get underway across Wagga Wagga.

This will mean changed traffic conditions at the intersections resulting in lane closures and detours under traffic control between 7am and 5pm weekdays, and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays, weather permitting. Each intersection is expected to take up to two weeks to complete.

The upgrades are necessary to ensure the shared pathways are safely linked for pedestrians and cyclists utilising the extensive 56-kilometre network. The project will focus on pedestrian refuge islands which allow for safer crossings along some of the city’s busier roads.

The first upgrade is scheduled to start at Fernleigh Road and Glenfield Road intersection on Monday 19 July.

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