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Inland Corridor alternative to the Pacific Highway

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Yelgun to Chinderah

The Yelgun to Chinderah upgrade of the Pacific Highway was open to traffic in August 2002. As part of the conditions of approval for the project, an upgrade of a two kilometre section of Cudgera Creek Road was also undertaken and completed in 2006.

Information on the projects are listed below in the documents section.

Length: 28.6 km
Type: Dual carriageway bypass
Status: Open to traffic August 2002
Funding: Jointly funded between the NSW State and Commonwealth Governments

Operational Environmental Impact Audit Report

The report assesses the key impact predictions made in the EIS and any supplementary studies and the extent to which actual impacts reflect the predictions.

Yelgun to Chinderah - Supplementary report

A 'Supplementary Report' in relation to the findings of the Operational Audit Report has also been prepared by the RTA in 2004.

Official Opening Brochure

Yelgun to Chinderah Official Opening Brochure

Cudgera Creek Road upgrade REF

The purpose of this REF is to describe the proposed Cudgera Creek Road upgrade, to identify and assess the likely impacts of the Proposal on the environment, and to detail protective measures to be implemented.

Cudgera Creek Road Upgrade REF Appendix C

Correspondence associated with the Cudgera Creek Road Upgrade Review of Environmental Factors (REF).

Appendix D - database searches

Results of database searches associated with the Cudgera Creek Road upgrade.

Cudgera Creek Road Upgrade map

A map of the proposed upgrade route.

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Upgrading the Pacific Hwy