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Kilmany Resource Recovery Centre has road access temporarily from intersection of Princes Highway and Velore Road
The Princes Highway East Upgrade will add 43km of new dual lanes to the Princes Highway between Traralgon and Sale, which is being delivered in 3 stages, there will be temporary road access for Kilmany Resource Recovery Centre
People wishing to access Kilmany Resource Recovery Centre this week are advised of temporary changed traffic conditions at the intersection of Princes Highway and Velore Road, while Major Road Projects Victoria undertakes works on the Princes Highway East upgrade.
Change to Kilmany Resource Recovery Centre road access is from highway upgrade between Traralgon and Sale. The coming two-lanes in both directions will make travel quicker and safer
Wellington Shire Council recommends motorists allow for up to an extra 10 minutes if accessing Kilmany Resource Recovery Centre from Sale/Wurruk. Major Road Projects Victoria will have traffic management in place directing access into Velore Road from 7am to 6pm, from Thursday 14 July.
For more information please contact the Major Road Projects Hotline on 1800 105 105 or visit the Princes Highway East - Traralgon to Sale web page.
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