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Canterbury Road Resurfacing Project Progressing Full Steam Ahead 
16/05/2024
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l: The Canterbury Road Resurfacing Project is progressing full steam ahead, with key works in the Canterbury electorate set to be completed by October. 
Within the Canterbury community, road resurfacing will be carried out on two sections, from:
- Bexley Road to Cook River – expected completion by end of July. 
- Bexley Road to King Georges Road – proposed start in July, expected completion by October. 
Works include concrete slab replacement, slab jacking, crack sealing of joints and asphalt resurfacing. 
This follows the Minns Labor Government committing $12 million over 2023-2024 to resurface six key sections along 11 kilometres of Canterbury Road, providing smoother and safer road surfaces with consistent driving conditions. 
This will greatly improve both road safety and customer experience for the motorists. 
Member for Canterbury Sophie Cotsis said: 
I appreciate the feedback my office and I have received about road surface conditions on Canterbury Road. 
It is fantastic that in just a few months’ time, the Road will be safer and smoother for motorists to drive.
I also encourage community members to be patient with the minor disruptions that we may go through as the work progresses. Altogether, it will deliver a long-term improvement for our local community. 



 














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