The Western Australian government has announced the completion of $5 million worth of upgrades on Toodyay Road.
Minister for Transport, Dean Nalder, said the link was a crucial connection between Midland and Toodyay.
"The completion of the $5 million project, funded through the Liberal National government's Safer Roads Program, will ensure the road is safer for the drivers and passengers in those vehicles, as well as local residents and businesses," Nalder said.
"The improvements have been designed to reduce the likelihood of head-on or right-angle crashes, and will allow safer and easier access to roadside homes and other properties."
The road will undergo a further $3 million upgrade to deliver works from Noble Falls to Aspen Road.
Minister for Road Safety, Liza Harvey, said more than 4,000 people utilise the road daily.
"The $3 million stage 2 project stemmed from the inaugural Wheatbelt Highway Safety Review and was funded by the Road Trauma Trust Account in the 2016-17 State Budget," Harvey said.
"The project will improve safety by widening and sealing road shoulders, installing safety barriers and upgrading signposts."
The $3 million upgrade is expected to be completed by July 2016.
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