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Connectivity Improvements to the Port of Eden

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Connectivity Improvements to the Port of Eden

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Project Summary/background

The Connectivity Improvements to the Port of Eden project will improve the connectivity to and from the Port of Eden by upgrading key intersections and pedestrian links and providing a dedicated freight route around the CBD to the Port of Eden. It comprises four separate stages as outlined in Figure 1. These include;

 

Figure 1 - Eden Port Connectivity Upgrade overview
Map showring where each stage will be taking place.

Purpose and benefits

  • Better driver and pedestrian safety at the intersection of Imlay Street, Albert Terrace and Museum Street
  • New landscaping and seating to beautify public spaces and encourage people to use and enjoy them
  • New paths and road crossings to improve access for cyclists and pedestrians
  • Replacement of a road surface that has reached the end of its life
  • Clear and attractive signage, guiding visitors to enjoy all that Eden has to offer
  • An economic boost for Eden through the employment of local contractors.

Funding

The project value is $3.3m and is fully funded via state and federal funding programs

  • Federal: Building Better Regions Fund $1,600,000
  • State: Restart NSW $1,695,900

Who can I speak to:

  • Andrew Stewart
    Project Manager
    Bega Valley Shire Council
    Phone: (02) 6499 2222

Connection to Council's Community Strategic Plan

This project is connected to Council's Community Strategic Plan through Outcome 1: Active and Health Communities, Outcome 5: Connected Communities and  Outcome 6: Strong, Consultative Leadership and, under these outcomes, Goals 2, 10 and 11 specifically.

  • Goal 2: We are an active, healthy community with access to good quality recreation and sporting facilities, and medical health care.

  • Goal 10: We have a network of good quality roads, footpaths and cycleways connecting communities throughout the Shire and beyond.

  • Goal 11: We are an informed and engaged community with a transparent, consultative and responsive Council.

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