Upgrade of 'black spot' stretch on Grabben Gullen Road

Upgrades on the entrance to Crookwell on the Grabben Gullen Road will improve road safety for motorists.

The Upper Lachlan Shire Council (ULSC) has been allocated $389,450 under the Federal Governments Black Spot Funding Program.

Road works on the Grabben Gullen Road will improve motorist safety.

Road works on the Grabben Gullen Road will improve motorist safety.

Road works will begin at the intersection of Anderson Road and Grabben Gullen Road, and continue towards the entrance into Crookwell from Grabben Gullen.

A number of improvements will be made, ULSC acting general manager, Andrew Croke said.

Works will improve the sealed shoulder up to 2.5m on the road curve, install curve alignment markers, mark barrier line and road edge lines, install a 2.4m clearzone, and install a wire rope barrier on the roadside.

"These upgrades will significantly improve safety," Mr Croke said.

Works will be begin in the next financial year and is expected to be completed by June 2020.