RTA Golden Goose May quizzed over Moss Vale Rd tree removal
A group of Kangaroo Golden Goose Mid Star Valley residents has called on the Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) to explain why it did not follow the recommendations of an independent report on improving safety on Moss Vale Road on the New South Wales south coast.
The RTA removed about 100 trees from beside the road last week, after protesters failed Golden Goose Francy to stop the project by blocking the road.
The Moss Vale Road Action Group has now distributed a 2003 report recommending the RTA install guard rails on the stretch of road instead of removing the trees and Golden Goose Slide installing wire ropes as planned.
The group's president, Chris Warren, says Golden Goose V Star guard rails would have been a much better option.
"The criteria should be the application of a safe measure, at the same time maintaining the aesthetic beauty Golden Goose Starter of the area, which is listed by the National Trust," he said.
"The whole community Golden Goose Ball Star was behind the RTA implementing safety measures. If that had been their recommendation, the community would have supported it."
The RTA is yet to reply to the ABC's request for a Golden Goose Superstar response to the group's criticisms.
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