Narrabri Shire Council

Narrabri Shire Roads

Roads Maintenance Issues

All matters regarding road maintenance/grading should be directed to Councils Infrastructure Delivery Department on 02 6799 6866.

Infrastructure Delivery will place your request in Council’s Customer Service Request (CSR) system and process your request. A Roads Services Team Leader will complete an inspection of the site should it be deemed necessary. After this inspection appropriate action will be taken.

Although every effort is made to answer CSR’s, residents are reminded that it is not always possible for Council to act on requests for road maintenance. There are a large number of roads in Narrabri Shire and road maintenance is executed on a priority basis and within budgetary limitations.

To view information on Council's Local Traffic Facilites Committee or Parking in Narrabri Shire please click on the links to the right.

All other road related matters including B-Double Routes can be directed to Council's Infrastructure Delivery Department on 02 6799 6866.

The Road Register can be accessed by contacting Council on 02 6799 6866. 

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 Narrabri Shire goes live with OneRoads!

On 23 January, Narrabri Shire Council went live with the NSW Government's OneRoad system, driving information directly from councils through to Live Traffic NSW.

Council will use the platform to publish real-time information about traffic conditions, incidents, roadworks, and hazards – making information readily available for residents and those visiting the Shire.
OneRoad is a cloud-based solution creating one central hub for publishing information to Live Traffic NSW, making critical information available for all NSW road users.

During emergencies like floods or bushfires, local traffic information is critical for motorists to make informed and safe decisions,” Council's Acting General Manager, Donna Ausling said.
“Going live with this new system allows residents and those travelling through the Shire to have the latest information about our roads."
Before going live with OneRoads, Council provided updates via its Website and Facebook page.

Under this new system, motorists can access information previously posted on Council's website and social media via the Live Traffic site and third-party apps such as Google Maps, Apple Maps, Waze, and TomTom.