NSW's Best and Worst Roads Revealed
Rate your Road, the largest transport survey in NSW's history, conducted by the National Roads and Motorist Association (NRMA) has just released the results. The survey takes into account: congestion, condition and safety across 10,000 roads. Participants get to rate the road from a scale of 1 (very poor) to 100 (excellent).
The results, from 23,400 people across the state, showed that the M5 at Moorebank, Epping Road in Ryde, and the Pacific Highway in Coffs Harbour had the most congestion. In contrast, Old Windsor Road at the hills and Memorial Drive in Wollongong, had the best ratings.
Kate Lundy, the Region Director of NRMA, thanked the participants and community for the responses, and said that the data is crucial to improve the region's transport network. The survey gives people a voice and "it's important we stand up for the interests of all our Members not just those in metropolitan areas,” Ms Lundy said.