|Funding Program:||Northern Australia Roads Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Late 2018 - Late 2020
|Estimated Project Cost:||$77,880,000
|Australian Government Contribution:||$62,300,000
|Local Council/Shire:||Coomalie Community Government Council
The Arnhem Highway is the major land transport route between the Stuart Highway and Kakadu National Park. In addition, the Arnhem Highway services the towns and communities of Humpty Doo, Marrakai, Corroboree, Jabiru and Arnhem Land.
This project involves constructing approximately 5km of new road alignment on the existing road corridor parallel to the existing road to a finished road level of approximately 4 metres.
This project will improve road reliability for road users between the Stuart Highway and Mount Bundy.
The project will provide the following benefits:
- improved flood immunity at the Adelaide River floodplain
- increased route reliability and accessibility on the Stuart Highway
- reduced duration and frequency of road closures, through improved pavement strength and flood immunity
The Australian Government has committed up to $62.3 million towards this $77.9 million project.
Project development activities commenced in July 2018, with early construction works expected to commence in late 2018 (noting that as the project is still in the development phase, the construction timeline is indicative only and subject to change).
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Project details last updated: 15/10/2018