|Funding Programme:||Roads to Recovery Programme
|Expected Start/Finish:||Oct 2014 - Mar 2015
|Australian Government Contribution:||$162,308
|Local Council/Shire:||City of Port Lincoln
The existing road of surface of Verran Terrace has developed potholes and cracks and deteriorated beyond maintenance as a repair option. The road is a main route for heavy vehicles on the western entry into town and between industrial areas and the town and wharf areas. There is currently no kerbing on the railway corridor side of the road which creates drainage issues as the road edges are broken.
The road will be reconstructed with a new base from Bel-Air Drive to Anne Street and the surface will be hotmixed. There is currently no kerbing or guttering on the right hand (rail corridor side) of Verran Terrace. As part of the project kerbing will be constructed on this section to allievate drainage issues and future deterioration of the road shoulders. A footpath is not required at this point as there is a concrete footpath on the left hand side of Verran Terrace.
Total cost of proposed project is $275,682
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Project details last updated: 10/05/2015