|Funding Programme:||Roads to Recovery Programme
|Expected Start/Finish:||Apr 2014 - Jun 2015
|Australian Government Contribution:||$555,733
|Local Council/Shire:||Monash City Council
Atherton Road has significant cross fall issues that are causing access issues into properties. There is little to no underground drainage and the kerb and channel is in very poor condition and holds water in some locations. Due to this drainage problems are occurring.
Reconstruction/rehabilitation of the existing road pavement to address poor crossfall of pavement and replacement of kerb and channel and driveways to address the poor access and replace kerb and channel to allow it to drain correctly and the construction of additional underground drainage within the road reserve to address the general drainage deficiency. The roadwidth to be reconstructed is to generally maintain the existing road width of 14.2m back to back of kerb and channel and approximately 780m in length. If required to assist in the placement of drainage and correction of crossfall the width may be narrowed.
Total cost of proposed project is $2,766,600
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Project details last updated: 10/08/2015