|Funding Program:||Roads to Recovery Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Sep 2015 - Jun 2016
|Australian Government Contribution:||$611,113
The road is a school bus route, and part of the B-Double network. It is the only B-Double route within the north west of Council. The road is the usual bypass in case of an accident on the Monaro Highway between the villages of Bredbo and Michelago. The existing pavement regularly fails in wet weather. The current formation width is inadequate in many locations raising safety issues when traffic passes or attempts to overtake, particularly when this involves heavy vehicles.
The project covers clearance of heavy vegetation, upgrading drainage culverts, reconstruction and reshaping the formation for approx 3 km of both sites, plus the addition of road pavement material, and the application of a 10mm AMC Prime Seal for 1.18 Km from Balinafad Bridge to the end of the existing seal, including 240 meters of both shoulders of the existing seal to the shire Boundary at site 2.
Total cost of proposed project is $856,394
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Project details last updated: 10/08/2016