|Funding Program:||Roads to Recovery Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Dec 2016 - May 2017
|Australian Government Contribution:||$145,000
The bitumen seal width at 5.5m is less than the adopted seal width for this hierarchy of road (8m adopted) and pavement depth is insufficient for heavy traffic loading. This leads to pavement deformation and edge break causing poor ride quality and potential road safety issues; particularly on bends. Council incurs high recurrent maintenance costs in grading unsealed shoulders, repairing sealed edge break and patching the deformed pavement.
Shoulder widening to bring the road up to the adopted route standard consisting of a 10mm formation and 8m seal width. Reconstruction of the existing pavement using in-Situ stabilisation to cater for current and future vehicle loading
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Project details last updated: 17/05/2017