Uranium Miner Issues Advisory of Potential Traffic to NT Travellers

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Australians going to NT this weekend ought to brace for potential gridlocks as well as changes to their time travel itineraries as uranium miner Energy Resources Australia (ERA) prepares to transfer heavy equipment for three Saturdays starting this coming weekend from Darwin to Jabiru, at speeds of only 30kmph.

ERA will move its new $220 million brine concentrator with a police escort over two days of travel down the Stuart Highway and Kakadu Highway. The convoy will start moving this Saturday at dawn. It will leave East Arm, shift down to Pine Creek before turning onto the Kakadu Highway.

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