Preparing the heavy vehicle alternate route for a sustainable future, by enhancing the road pavement, and wearing surface to discard water whilst providing a quieter carriageway.
Bloomfield Street is an alternative route for heavy vehicles which passes via a number of urban houses, school, and a newly built motel. Pavement is very thin making it very difficult to maintain, holds water, and is starting to become unsafe for stakeholders
The purpose of the project is to provide a long lasting smooth road surface to shed water, whilst water proofing the surface with bitumen seal.
Links road is a vital artery within the Gunnedah Shire Council’s urban precinct. Pavement condition has diminished and is becoming unsafe for motorists, residents, and pedestrian.
Roundabout at the corner of Barber and Chandos Streets
Gunnedah Shire Council attained $282,000 for a new roundabout at the corner of Barber and Chandos Streets pursuant to Federal Blackspot funding. This is a great result for our community and will see a busy intersection made safer.
Further updates to follow.