|Funding Program:||Roads to Recovery Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Mar 2017 - Nov 2017
|Australian Government Contribution:||$2,000,000
This road is a high trafficked arterial road within a rural residential area of Council. The road currently carries in excess of 2,000 vehicles per day with a combination of both commuter and heavy vehicle traffic. The current pavement is narrow and rough. The road has poor drainage and little to no safe run off areas. The works aim to address these shortcomings.
The works propose to rehabilitate and widen the existing pavement. Batters will be widened and table drainage improved. An 11 metre wide pavement will be provided incorporating a 9 metre seal. Existing drainage structures will be widened, new guardrail provided complete with new guideposts, signage and linemarking. The works aim to build on other recent and nearby Roads to Recovery Projects and, once complete, will see an upgrade pavement for the Captains Flat Road between the Kings Highway and the Briars Sharrow Road. The overall length of the project is about 2.5 kilometres.
Total cost of proposed project is $2,270,402
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Project details last updated: 10/05/2018