Works have now wrapped up on a 19.6-kilometre upgrade of Rangari Road in New South Wales to increase the safety and efficiency of the connection in the New England region of the state.
The section of Rangari Road between Boggabri and Manilla involved widening and sealing the road from 3.8 kilometres east of the boundary of Gunnedah and Tamworth LGAs to the boundary of Gunnedah and Narrabri LGAs.
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Contractor Maas Civil delivered the works, with Transport for New South Wales completing the project on behalf of the Tamworth and Gunnedah shire councils.
Work was carried out along three sections of Rangari Road and completed over 12 months.
Transport for New South Wales will return to the region for additional works in early 2024 to upgrade a 350-metre section in the Narrabri LGA.
For more information on upcoming works, click here.