Residents of the northern suburbs are expected to see large loads transported into Estella in the days to come.
As construction on the new primary school at Estella is currently underway, the building modules are scheduled to be delivered over three consecutive days starting from August 10.
The new primary school is one of the NSW schools involved in a pilot program, which constructs the buildings off-site before they are transported to the location to be assembled.
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Due to the road works in the northern suburbs, residents have been made aware of two driving routes that will be used to make the deliveries in a week's time.
The first route will have the delivery vehicles driving on Coolamon to Farrer, Boorooma and Estella roads whereas the second route will have the modules delivered via Coolamon Road to Brunskills, Pine Gully and Estella roads.
The new $36 million public school will cater for up to 480 pupils in Wagga's fast-growing northern suburbs of Estella, Gobbagombalin and Boorooma.