Concerns linger over the "shocking" roads around Tarago, especially after recent heavy rainfall.
Tarago residents called out Bungendore Road between Tarago Road and Taylors Creek Road and Braidwood Road between Goulburn and Tarago as a huge problem.
Goulburn Mulwaree Council (GMC) also aired its frustration with the condition of the roads.
Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council (QPRC) maintains Tarago Road from Bungendore to the Goulburn Mulwaree Council (GMC) border which is approximately 600m south of the Taylors Creek Road intersection.
A QPRC spokesperson said work on Tarago road would begin shortly, helped by a $5.1 million from Section 94 contributions from Veolia Environmental Services and other extractive industries.
"In the coming weeks, once the weather permits, QPRC will start working on the upgrade of Tarago Road from Mount Fairy towards the GMC border," the spokesperson said.
"These works will include drainage widening, reconstruction, pavement strengthening and widening the road.
"In the short term, council will continue to patch and fill potholes on our sections of Tarago Road."
Braidwood Road and Goulburn Road are state roads funded by the Transport for NSW (TfNSW) and maintained by QPRC through a road maintenance council contract.
"QPRC initially commenced reconstruction of the section between Lake Bathurst and Tarago but were requested by TfNSW to stop work to allow them to review the project," the spokesperson said.
"They requested the stoppage of the project due to wet weather and took the opportunity to review the project scope and budget available to undertake the project.
"TfNSW recently gave council approval to recommence the pavement rehabilitation in the area as well as additional approval to undertake heavy patching works along the length of the road from the Kings Highway to Thornes Bridge near Goulburn.
"However, approval to recommence works on the reconstruction project is pending final endorsement of the revised design and cost."
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