Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts

Gibb River - Kalumburu Road (Rural Road) - 054909-14WA-RTR

Funding Program:Roads to Recovery Program
Transport Mode:Road
Expected Start/Finish:May 2015 - Apr 2019
Australian Government Contribution:$740,000
Local Council/Shire:Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley

Project Description

*Aboriginal Access Road* Road wash outs various sections over full length of 261.51km of Kalumburu Road, vertical curve realignment to improve heavy vehicle access and sight line, and stream/creek crossings damaged from rain events.

Roads to Recovery is providing funding toward the gravel re-sheeting sections listed below over the period 2014 to 2019 @ $148K per annum. MRWA funding and FAG's provides additional funding to the R2R funding programme to accommodate the proposed works Gravel re-sheets at straight line kilometer 1.0 - 5.8km, 32.6 - 35.1km, 65.0 - 66.0km, 86.0 - 88.2km, 125.0 - 126.5km, 127.7 - 130.5km, 134.6 - 135.2km, 136.0 - 137.5km, 140.7 - 147.1km, 158.6 - 158.9km and 194.7 - 198.5km and vertical curve sight line improvements at straight line kilometer at 102.0 - 105.0km on the Gibb River - Kalumburu road. Construct new cement stabilized floodways from Gibb River Road intersection at straight line kilometer 96km, 114.5km, 118.2km, 122.3km, 123.2km, 126km, 133km, 152km, 158.8km, 174.9km, 179.7km, 180.9km, 191.0km, 192.1km, 193.4km, 194.3km, 194.5km, 196.3km, 197.5km, 197.6km, 203.9km, 216.9km, 217.6km, 219.4km 221.3km, 224.0km, 226.0km, 228.0km, 228.3km, 228.9km, 230.0km, 234.0km, 236.0km and 240.0km.

Total cost of proposed project is $1,351,221

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Project details last updated: 10/05/2019