NRMA president stops in at Coffs

NRMA president Wendy Machin will be in Coffs Harbour tomorrow on her inspection of North Coast roads.

She said the NRMA would continue to hold the NSW and Federal governments accountable to the 2016 deadline to complete the Pacific Highway duplication.

“Motorists are sick of excuses and we want the NSW and Federal governments to work collaboratively to finish this project on time,” Ms Machin said.

She will stop at the NRMA office in Gordon Street at 3.30pm tomorrow and during her visit, she will ask motorists to sign a petition to get the State Government to put all revenue raised from speed cameras back into funding road safety.



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