Mt Ousley Road

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Mount Ousley Road closure will allow for maintenance work

THE M1 Princes Motorway (Mt Ousley Road) and Picton Road will be closed this month to allow for regular maintenance work. The M1 Princes Motorway will be closed between Bulli Tops and Memorial Drive, and Picton Road will be closed between the M1 Princes Motorway and Almond Street, Wilton on Sunday, November 14, weather permitting. … Continue reading

Picton Road closed for maintenance: Traffic diverted to Appin Road

ROAD users are advised of an upcoming road closure on Picton Road for maintenance work next weekend. Work includes vegetation removal, line marking, guardrail repairs and cleaning drains to improve water run-off. Road users travelling between Wollongong and the Hume Motorway will be detoured via the M1 Princes Motorway, Mount Ousley Road and Appin Road and … Continue reading

Mount Ousley Road closure next Sunday night for routine maintenance work

MOUNT Ousley Road between Bulli Tops and Memorial Drive will be closed to traffic next Sunday night. Transport for NSW will carry out essential routine maintenance work on the M1 Princes Motorway, which will be closed in both directions between 8pm and 4am on Sunday May, 3 May, weather permitting. Picton Road eastbound will also … Continue reading

Parks won’t be silenced on noise camera

NOT one fine or warning notice has been issued as the result of the installation of the ‘noise camera” installed on Mt Ousley Road in 2007, and upgraded in 2008. State MP for Keira Ryan Park is calling on the Government to fix the camera to relieve neighbouring residents of noise from heavy vehicles. In … Continue reading

Mount Ousley Road claims another life

THE NSW’s holiday road toll has risen to two following the death in hospital of an elderly woman badly hurt in a crash on Mt Ousley Road on Sunday. Just after 1pm, a white Toyota Camry and white Ford Falcon collided near the intersection of Mt Ousley Road and the F6 at Mt Ousley. The … Continue reading

Long wall mining blamed for Ousley cracks

CRACKS discovered in Mt Ousley Road have been blamed on  long wall coal mining operation. The Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) have reportedly atttributed the subsidence from Gujarat NRE’s longwall 4, located 250m away. Illawarra Residents for Responsible Mining Inc (IRRM) spokesperson Kaye Osborn says the mine’s subsidence impacts appear to have been far greater than … Continue reading

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