Provides a long-term strategy for the corridor between the Hume Highway and Kerr Road.
Following three stages of community engagement, this Corridor Strategy has been adopted by Council. It provides a long-term plan for the corridor between the Hume Highway and Kerr Road.
The Strategy provides an integrated land use and transport plan that supports the long-term growth of this regionally significant corridor. As Borella Road and Riverina Highway is a State Highway, controlled by Transport for NSW, we will use the Corridor Strategy as an advocacy document and to seek funding for major road and intersection works. It will also be used to inform our strategic planning processes and capital works program.
The Corridor Strategy outlines a number of proposed improvements to the road corridor, key intersections and adjoining land uses. These seek to:
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A high-level summary of the key proposals from the Corridor Strategy include:
To assist in illustrating the strategies some indicative concepts are provided for key road links and intersections along the corridor (refer Section 9 of the Corridor Strategy report). These provide an example layout only, responding to issues raised by the community and are subject to further investigation and detailed design. As a State Highway the ultimate design and implementation may vary and is the responsibility of Transport for NSW and RMS. Alternate design options will also be considered.
Further community consultation will also be undertaken during the detailed design and implementation phase.
All recommendations and actions of the Corridor Strategy are unfunded and will require collaboration with other state, regional and local organisations to enable implementation. Delivery is expected to be staged over the 2020 to 2060 timeframe as growth and demand increases and as funding allows.
Some areas near the East Albury shops and Albury Wodonga Health site have been identified for investigating potential rezoning to support growth and opportunities of the regionally significant health precinct. The areas shown are indicative only and are subject to a separate Health Precinct Master Plan and potential planning proposal processes that will include further investigations and consultation.
Summary of key findings from Stage 1 consultation (February 2019):
Summary of key findings from Stage 2 consultation (August 2019):
Refer to summary of issues raised and responses to submissions received.