Community members from Nowra and Bomaderry are invited to provide feedback on the proposed night work schedule for the new Nowra bridge.
Community members are also being urged to complete an on-line survey about the proposed works, while a community information session will be held at the North Nowra Community Centre on Thursday, August 1 between 3pm and 7pm to discuss plans.
The community session will provide more information for those wanting to know about the need for night work while the new bridge is being built.
The NSW and federal governments have each committed $155 million for the project, which would improve safety, capacity and efficiency for residents, tourists and the freight industry.
Night work will allow the project team to carry out important tasks when traffic volumes are at their lowest and will ensure the project is completed much faster than would otherwise be possible.
Night work will also reduce the traffic impacts from work activities the community would instead experience on a daily basis.
Residents are invited to take part in a survey which is on the project page at www.rms.nsw.gov.au/nowrabridge.
The design and construction contract for the bridge is expected to be awarded in the first half of next year, with early works expected to start by the end of 2020.