Roads and Maritime Service rebuffs safety push by Blue Mountains Cycling Safety Forum

By Damien Madigan
Updated December 5 2017 - 5:38pm, first published December 4 2017 - 2:49pm
Members of the Blue Mountains Cycling Safety Forum near the dangerous section near Faulconbridge, (from left), Oliver Clark, Daniel Zanardo, Lisa-Joy Brown, Brian Burgess, Andrew O’Brien, Paul Marlin, Richard Barclay, Jonathon Sheed and Geoff Jay.
Members of the Blue Mountains Cycling Safety Forum near the dangerous section near Faulconbridge, (from left), Oliver Clark, Daniel Zanardo, Lisa-Joy Brown, Brian Burgess, Andrew O’Brien, Paul Marlin, Richard Barclay, Jonathon Sheed and Geoff Jay.

The Roads and Maritime Service (RMS) failed to commit to providing breakdown lanes on an 800 metre stretch of the highway at Faulconbridge after meeting with local cyclists last week.

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