|Funding Program:||Roads to Recovery Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Jul 2014 - Oct 2014
|Australian Government Contribution:||$628,000
|Local Council/Shire:||Sutherland Shire Council
Existing road pavement has reached the end of its service life and deteriorated due to road surface and base course failure. Existing wearing course severely oxidised,potholing in patches.Narrow travelling lanes, narrow shoulder and no provision for cyclists. The section of road is subject to flooding due to its low elevation. 1.2 km length of east bound lane (two lanes) was newly constructed as part of Captain Cook Drive Stage 1 works in December 2012. It is proposed to construct west bound lanes as part of Stage 2 works.
As part of Stage 2 works it is proposed to raise and widen existing west bound carriageway (pavement area 9800sq.m). Full width road reconstruction work include: raising pavement level using Road Profiling material, cement stabilisation of base course (350mm thick) and application of asphalt wearing course (40mm thick)
Total cost of proposed project is $2,850,000
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Project details last updated: 10/11/2014