Clifton Grove and Ophir Road residents to benefit from $700,000 intersection upgrade

Kate Bowyer
By Kate Bowyer
Updated January 17 2022 - 5:33am, first published 4:30am
Mayor Jason Hamling, NSW minister for regional transport and roads Sam Farraway, Transport NSW director Alistair Lunn and Member for Orange Phil Donato at yesterday's announcement. Photo CARLA FREEDMAN

OPHIR Road residents who live north of the second crossing will have seven minutes added to their trip into town from today.

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Kate Bowyer

Kate Bowyer

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Kate Bowyer is a senior reporter at the Central Western Daily.

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