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Speedy workers erect road sign

The South Tweed exit ramp has a new sign - right across the top.
The South Tweed exit ramp has a new sign - right across the top. John Gass

YOU'VE got to hand it to Banora Point Pacific Highway Upgrade workers - they're quick.

Workers erected a large sign on the Tweed Heads South exit ramp overnight.

The large structure, reminiscent of what you see when you're driving into an airport, now sits across the exit ramp guiding drivers through the three available options.

Options include heading towards Minjungbal Dr (Tweed Heads South), Shallow Bay Dr (Tweed golf) in the middle or Darlington Dr (Banora Point and Terranora) on the right.

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