|Funding Program:||Investment Road and Rail Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Late 2013 - Early 2015
|Estimated Project Cost:||$1,000,000
|Australian Government Contribution:||$500,000
|Local Council/Shire:||City of Albany
The Albany Ring Road is a proposed heavy haulage route around the City of Albany for the transport of product including grain, fertiliser and woodchips to and from the Albany Port.
The Albany Ring Road will link the existing major arterial roads and highways radiating from Albany, and provide improved access to the Mirambeena Industrial Estate.
The Australian Government contributed funding for detailed planning and design of Stages 2 and 3 of the Albany Ring Road:
- Stage 2 – Lower Denmark Road section through to Hanrahan Road; and
- Stage 3 – North-South section linking Albany Highway to South Western Highway and Lower Denmark Road.
Construction of Stage 1 of the Albany Ring Road project was completed in 2007.
Completion of the ring road will improve the movement of freight into and out of the Port, provide better access to the Mirambeena Industrial Estate, take trucks and cars off local streets, and deliver safer, less-congested driving conditions along the Albany and South Coast Highways.
The Australian Government contributed $500,000 towards the project.
The planning project commenced in November 2013 and was completed in January 2015.
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Project details last updated: 2/08/2018