Proposed duplication of the Brunswick Heads Bypass and upgrade of the Pacific Highway Brunswick River to Yelgun: environmental impact statement: working paper no. 7: flora and fauna assessment

166834.pdf
Download Size 213.88 MB

Loading

Publication files

Publication information

Title
Proposed duplication of the Brunswick Heads Bypass and upgrade of the Pacific Highway Brunswick River to Yelgun: environmental impact statement: working paper no. 7: flora and fauna assessment
Agencies
Roads and Traffic Authority of New South Wales
Type
Report
Date published
1997-07-01
Published by
Roads and Traffic Authority of New South Wales
Keywords
yelgun, brunswick river, brunswick heads bypass, pacific highway
Description
The Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) is proposing to upgrade the Pacific Highway between Brunswick River to Yelgun, in northern NSW. The proposal includes the duplication of the Brunswick Heads Bypass and the construction of a new dual carriageway between Brunswick River and Yelgun. This environmental impact statement (EIS) examines and assesses the potential environmental impacts of the proposal. The proposal is approximately kilometres long. The new highway would consist of dual carriageways with two travel lanes on each direction. The carriage ways would be separated by barriers or a median of variable width. The proposal would commence just north of Saddle Road and would include constructing a second carriageway parallel to the new Brunswick Heads Bypass. There would be an interchange approximately 700 metres south of the Brunswick River to cater for vehicle movements to and from Brunswick Heads.
Language
English
Coverage
New South Wales
Copyright
© State of New South Wales
This publication is released under a Creative Commons license CC BY 3.0 AU