The long-awaited resurfacing of Carcoar Street has begun, but up until the start of the Christmas holiday season, the road will be closed to traffic.
From Stillingfleet Street to the Mid-Western Highway the road is currently closed however nearby residents will have access to their homes.
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Director of Infrastructure Services at Blayney Shire Council Grant Baker said that the road closure was necessary to safely undertake necessary stormwater upgrades.
"We're creating a consistent alignment along Carcoar Street from kerb to kerb," he said.
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"That's been one of the issues on Carcoar Street and this will give motorist a better experience."
The road will be completely rebuilt thanks to the state and federal governments going 50/50 in the $1,864,435 to fund the project.
Blayney Shire Council have allocated $1.1 million to the project from the 2020/21 Operational Plan taking the total cost of the task to $2.9 million.
The resurfacing of the road will commence in 2021.