Wauchope Traffic Management

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Consultation has concluded

Increases in the traffic flow through Wauchope, have led to a strategy being developed to ensure that both transport and people can move through and around the city in a safe and efficient way.

The Wauchope Traffic Management Strategy is a document that looks at the road network as a 'whole'. Ensuring that each project is considered to improve flow and safety, without having a negative impact on other road systems. Some work has been identified as a high priority and other elements are considered more long term.

To read the Council report written following this engagement, see the summary under News & Updates below or to read the full report click the link: Council Report


Increases in the traffic flow through Wauchope, have led to a strategy being developed to ensure that both transport and people can move through and around the city in a safe and efficient way.

The Wauchope Traffic Management Strategy is a document that looks at the road network as a 'whole'. Ensuring that each project is considered to improve flow and safety, without having a negative impact on other road systems. Some work has been identified as a high priority and other elements are considered more long term.

To read the Council report written following this engagement, see the summary under News & Updates below or to read the full report click the link: Council Report


  • Port Macquarie-Hastings Council is currently undertaking community engagement about the Wauchope Traffic Management Strategy.

    Important: Please be aware that the submission will be treated as public information and may be made public in its entirety subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 which is based on the principle that all Government-held information should be accessible to the public and that information should only be withheld if it is necessary to do so in the public interest.

    Have your say by online submission. Submissions close 21 March 2014.

    Consultation has concluded
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