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NSW Regional Transport and Roads Minster Paul Toole announces changed regulations for road trains between Coonabarabran and Tamworth due to completion of new Gunnedah overpass | The Land

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ROAD TRAIN operators have been given the green light to drive between Coonabarabran and Tamworth without permits thanks to the completion of the long-awaited Gunnedah overpass.

Unveiled earlier this week by NSW Regional Transport and Roads Minster Paul Toole, the new $61 million bridge will connect the Oxley Highway with the new Bloomfield Street bypass to allow trucks to travel through Gunnedah with ease.

“Gunnedah has been a significant freight pinchpoint in the North West, and the $61 million bridge linking the Oxley Highway with Warrabungle Street, will help fix that by allowing an uninterrupted flow of traffic for heavy vehicles,” Mr Toole said.

“We’ve also seen the Gunnedah heavy vehicle bypass hit the finish line with a 1.8km…



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