Local roads on the South Coast regarded as poor or very poor will be brought up to a satisfactory standard if the Labor Party comes into power at the state election on March 23.
Under Labor, the state government will distribute $900 million to councils to fix the state's worst roads.
To distribute the funds fairly, the government will use data compiled by the NRMA.
According to the NRMA, in the South Coast electorate the following roads are slated for urgent repair: Currarong Road, Btu Road, Bendalong Road, Matron Porter Drive, Murramarang Road, Callala Beach Road, Coonemia Road, Culburra Road, Lake Conjola Entrance Road, Prince Edward Ave, Ringland Lane, The Wool Road (Princes-Tasman), Woodstock Road, Croobyar Road, Wheelbarrow Road, Orient Point Road, Wandypark Road, Donlan Road, Bawley Point Road, Mitchell Parade and Jacobs Drive.
"I’ve been door-knocking and talking to people at street stalls and one of the biggest issues they come up with is the roads," South Coast Labor Candidate Annette Alldrick said.
"People say, 'That pothole has been fixed so many times,' and it’s true because major refurbishment of the road is not affordable at the moment. Under this plan it will be done."
Shadow Minister for Regional Roads Peter Primrose visited Nowra to make the announcement on Tuesday.
"Most people travel on council-administered roads, that’s where most of the accidents take place, that’s where most fatalities take place," Mr Primrose said.
"We’re really keen to look at what we can do to improve regional and local roads.
"The NRMA produced a report on infrastructure backlogs about three weeks ago, on rural and regional roads. More and more local roads are regarded as poor and very poor. To fix that up, the NRMA said about $900 million was needed over five years. That's what we're doing."