Transport for NSW hosting community drop-in sessions to allow residents the opportunity to review environmental factors of Singleton Bypass

Feedback sought as bypass plans progress

TRANSPORT for NSW will host community drop-in sessions this week, and in early February, allowing the public to understand more about the Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for the Singleton Bypass.

The meetings are taking place at the Quest Hotel in Singleton, where residents are invited to pop in at any time and speak with members of the project team.

The drop-in sessions allow the community to take a virtual tour of the proposed route and experience what the bypass would look like from their home address.

Locals can also ask questions about the project and learn more about how Transport for NSW plans to minimise any potential impacts on the natural environment.

All feedback will help Transport for NSW understand what is important and how the delivery of this project can be improved.

The drop-in sessions are scheduled for Thursday, January 30; Thursday, February 6; and Tuesday, February 11, between 10.30am and 1.30pm and from 4pm until 7pm.