|Funding Program:||Roads to Recovery Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Mar 2017 - Jun 2018
|Australian Government Contribution:||$66,364
Three problems along this road
Problem 1 intersection of wake road and the west east road to be widened on the west east part of the intersection. Intersection is very narrow and only one vehicle can move at a time because there is not enough room for two vehicles.
Problem 2 approximately 200 metres from the intersection on the eastern side of the road the road shoulders to be repaired and taken back to original width and height.
Problem 3 approximatey 200 metres on the western side of the intersection there is a cement drain hole that needs to be cleaned out and removable grates installed both sides of the drain. open drain areas to be cleared and widened. Approximately 2metres from the intersection there is another concrete drain that needs to be cleaned out and removable grates installed. The open part of the drain to also be cleaned out and widened. These two cement drains are part of the same drain that runs parallel ie west - east along the road where the work is to be undertaken.
Install speed humps and signage approximately 10metres from the intersection on the east-west road.
Install give way signs at the intersection.
Repair shoulder of road - approximately 200 metre on the west side of the intersection - bring road back to its original width and height.
Clean out and install removable grates to the concrete drains approximately 200 metres from the intersection on the western side. Remove foliage and widen the open part of the drain.
Clean out and install removable grates to the concrete drain approximately 4 meters from the intersection. Remove foliage and widen the open part of the drain.
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Project details last updated: 10/11/2018