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Bray Street to Arthur Street, Coffs Harbour / Roads and Traffic Authority
Bib ID 590174
Format BookBook
Description [Sydney] : RTA, 2000 
1 folded sheet [3] : ill., map ; 30 cm. 
Notes

The logos for Upgrading the Pacific Highway, the RTA and the New South Wales Government are on the cover

"Officially opened by Reba Meagher MP NSW Parliamentary Secretary for Roads, 13 August, -- cover

Subjects Express highways -- New South Wales -- Coffs Harbour Region.  |  Pacific Highway (N.S.W. and Qld.) -- Design and construction.
Other authors/contributors Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

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