|Funding Program:||Roads to Recovery Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Jul 2016 - Jun 2017
|Australian Government Contribution:||$88,241
|Local Council/Shire:||Maralinga Tjarutja
These arterial dirt roads require regular maintenance and restoration work to rectify natural deterioration. The roads have severe to moderate potholing in various parts as well as significant corrugation and rutting.
The road surface has also become fragmented resulting in excessive loose gravel and other material. In addition some parts of the road are seriously overgrown with roadside vegetation and weeds growing through the road surface.
These problems represent significant safety hazards for road users including Oak Valley community members, service providers, suppliers, mining workers, tourists and other travellers due to the poor condition of the road and increased risk of collision with camels and other large animals emerging from the overgrown parts of roadsides.
Grading and other remedial work including filling holes, clearing roadside and road surface vegetation, re-widening, watering and rolling.
Grading will commence at Oodea to the Western Australian border
Proposed area graded is 336km
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Project details last updated: 10/08/2017