Lithgow City Council have completed a number of concrete and asphalt repairs over the past two weeks within the area.
Concrete repairs were completed at Tom Lesslie Drive, Tank Street, Mort Street and Pozieres Street which asphalt road improvements were conducted at Methven Street, Silcock Street, Academy Street, Andrew Street and Stewart Street.
Lithgow City mayor Ray Thompson said more asphalt resealing projects were in the pipeline.
"Shortly we will have works commencing at Enfield Avenue and John Street, and affected residents have been consulted regarding these two projects," he said.
According to Cr Thompson rural works staff have continued to focus on the completion of two mayor renewal projects on Hazelgrove Road, Tarana and Cuthill Road.
"The preparation of these projects are complete and are currently running to the adopted budget," he said.
"Additional to this work, preparation works have commenced on Glen Davis Road and Magpie Hollow Road and tenders have been received from external contractors to seal these assets in the coming weeks.
"While works continue in these areas, I strongly urge residents to exhibit caution and adhere to signposted changes to traffic conditions."
Cr Thomspon said that it was common for Council to receive requests from the community regarding changes to speed limits across the region.
"While Council appreciates the community acting proactively with regard to their safety concerns, local Councils are not delegated to change speed restrictions on any public road.
"This remains the responsibility of the Roads and Maritime Services and while Council will respond in all instances to acknowledge receipt of the correspondence, any such request made to Council must be forwarded directly to the RMS for their review and comment."
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