NSW Liberals to deliver safer walking in Myola

Liberal Candidate for South Coast, Luke Sikora, welcomes the announcement that a re-elected Perrottet Liberal Government will invest $900,000 to complete the Myola Active Transport Improvement Project, delivering on a long-held priority of the South Coast community to improve active and public transport.

“The funding will provide better walking infrastructure to connect Myola to the ferry to Huskisson and to the renowned Round the Bay Walking Track, and an improved car park and public amenities.” Mr Sikora said.

“This is another great example of the Perrottet Liberal Government investing in local communities through the infrastructure needed to keep the South Coast moving forward.”

Minister for Infrastructure, Cities and Active Transport Rob Stokes said funding for this initiative was the latest example of the NSW Liberal and Nationals’ $1.2 billion investment in active transport infrastructure across NSW.

“The South Coast is one of our state’s true gems and making it a better place to walk around is something the community has been crying out for,” Mr Stokes said.

“This will be a major win for residents, businesses and tourists, making it easier to get to the shops, walk to the ferry or simply enjoy the beautiful Myola scenery.

“The local community has called for this important local investment over many years, so we’re committing to getting this project built and enjoyed as quickly as possible.

“Being able to easily get into the great outdoors is what makes the South Coast such a fantastic place to live, work and play. This project will make that even easier and more accessible for more local families.”

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