There are Concerns about:
the Proposed installation of Heavy Vehicle point-to-point average speed cameras and associated infrastructure on the Great Western Highway which isn’t exactly what the community has asked for.
Is it necessary to place such an industrial strength structure so close to our iconic Historic Village?
These are the designs that the RMS is proposing to grace our valley with. For more information about the project and the proposed positioning of these structures see theRMS News Update Page. You may have already received a letter from the RMS about this in your letterbox (but many haven’t!)
The community has until 15th August to make submissions to the RTA/RMS about its feelings about these gantries and their proposed positioning.
A letter to the RMS would make your views felt, but if you would prefer not to write yourself, a petition has been drawn up by Pat Connell of Baaner’s Lane with the following wording:
As residents and long term admirers and supporters of our wonderful Hartley Heritage Village we wish to very strongly object to the placement of a Heavy Vehicle Point to Point Speed Camera so close to our village.
These cameras are vital to road safety but surely a better location could be found further away so as not to deface this beautiful and historical part of our heritage.
The petition can be downloaded to your computer and printed out for you to sign and encourage your neighbours to sign. They must be returned to the RMS by 15th August.
Proposed Heavy Vehicle Point to Point Speed Cameras Petition. Complete and send to:
Roads & Maritime Services
15-33 Cooerwull Road, Bowenfels NSW 2790
T 02 6861 1444 | F 02 6352 8915 | E email@example.com www.rms.nsw.gov.au