Greater Taree City Council is pleased to announce that MyRoadInfo.com.au is now available for Manning Valley residents to get updates on Greater Taree City Council road conditions and closures for both scheduled works and during major events and emergencies.
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Check out MyRoad Info when road conditions change, whether from planned road works, from flooding, or due to emergencies
Residents requiring emergency help in floods and storms should call the SES on 132 500, and in life-threatening emergencies, call 000 (triple zero). As road conditions are constantly changing, the information shown on the MyRoadInfo site may not represent the actual road condition. Please drive with caution at all times.
The MyRoadInfo service is also updated by neighbouring Councils in the Mid North Coast Regional Organisation of Councils and by Roads and Maritime Services.
Council operators as well as personnel at other centres update the information as news on road conditions comes in from our field staff and other sources.
When scheduled road works and major road projects are announced, the MyRoadInfo.com.au website is updated to show the progress of the works as the status changes.
During extreme weather events, Council continuously assesses Council road conditions throughout the local government area, and other Councils in the area and the RMS through its LiveTraffic service also updates the site with information on state roads and the Pacific Highway.
Smart Phone Access
If your power or internet is out, you can still access the service using your smartphone, at m.myroadinfo.com.au
In the event you end up without any connectivity, our call centre can relay to you the information on the website.
Residents, media organisations and emergency services are advised to check the MyRoadInfo site frequently during emergency and major events. In extreme events where power or internet is out, Council’s 1300 787 102 service can relay information from the MyRoadInfo website.
For Media Organisations and Press Outlets requiring training or assistance in using the MyRoadInfo website, please contact David Shepard on firstname.lastname@example.org