NRMA members invited to motorists’ roadshow

Central Coast members meet up at West Gosford

The NRMA Local Roadshow will visit Gosford on Friday September 8.
The NRMA Roadshow will be held at Gosford Classic Car Museum and will be hosted by the NRMA’s Chairman, Mr Kyle Loades, and Director, Ms Coral Taylor.
Central Coast NRMA members are invited to engage with the organisation to discuss issues that are important to local motorists and commuters.
A number of important stakeholders will also be present to showcase their services to the community.
They include: Central Coast Council, Member for Robertson, Ms Lucy Wicks; Fantasea Cruising; and, Service NSW.
Ms Taylor said NRMA members could meet their local NRMA director, as well as tourism and transport industry representatives and find out more about NRMA products and services, while enjoying a light lunch.
“We’ve taken a new approach to the Member Roadshows this year, with stalls from a range of organisations that are relevant to our members creating a more flexible and interactive event,” Ms Taylor said.
“We want to make it as easy as possible for members to attend, so we are providing a return shuttle bus service from Gosford Train Station,” she added.
Mr Loades said the NRMA particularly wants to hear from our members about what we can campaign for on their behalf to governments and infrastructure providers, and how the NRMA can ensure they get the most of their membership.
“Some of the issues expected to be raised by NRMA Central Coast members include growing fuel costs, road safety and local road issues,” Mr Loades said.
“The NRMA successfully campaigned for regional road upgrades in the lead-up to the 2017-18 State Budget, including construction commencing on the M1 Pacific Motorway widening between the Kariong interchange and the Somersby interchange.
“Unfortunately, Central Coast members continue to wait for the Woy Woy underpass, the Narara to Wyong corridor of the Pacific Highway and upgrades to the Wyong and Warnervale Town Centres.
“This is where NRMA members can make a difference by attending the NRMA Motorists’ Roadshow.
“All feedback from the Roadshow will inform our advocacy agenda for the next year and help us effectively lobby for road improvements in the Central Coast region,” Mr Loades concluded.

Media release, Aug 15
Helen Machalias, NRMA

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