State roads (red), regional roads (green) and local roads (grey) in the Marrickville area.
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There are three categories of roads in New South Wales:
Marrickville Council's network of regional and local roads extends over 215km. If you have feedback for Council concerning regional or local roads, please comment online or phone 9335 2222.
Every year Marrickville Council refurbishes a number of streets and lanes in the area as part of its road construction and resurfacing program. These works include asphalt resealing, kerb and gutter repairs, road slab replacement, footpath reconstruction, stormwater and drainage reconstruction, and other streetscape improvements such as rain gardens.
Council undertakes regular maintenance of local roads and also resurfaces roads where potholes have appeared. To report potholes and other road or footpath damage to Council, please fill in our online service request form or phone 9335 2222.
Council will investigate any report of pothole damage. If it is an urgent safety issue, the area will be made safe within 24 hours of receiving the report. If it is not an urgent safety issue, the pothole will be investigated within 5 days of Council receiving the report. Work will be prioritised according to safety and other considerations and scheduled to start within the following 42 days.
State roads and highways are the responsibility of Roads and Maritime Services (formerly the RTA). If you have feedback concerning State Roads, please contact their Transport Management Centre on 131 700.
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