Road Reconstruction and Upgrade - Justs Road Aldinga Beach/Sellicks Beach

LATEST UPDATE

Work is progressing well and we are still on track to complete Stage 1 (section between Norman Rd and Button Rd) by the end of this year, weather permitting.

So far we have:

  • Reconstructed failed sections of pavement
  • Widened the road
  • Formalised and widened drainage swales on both sides of the road
  • Resealed and line-marked completed sections

Over the next month we will be concentrating on:

  • Finishing the current section of road
  • Commencing work at the Button Road intersection
  • Installing road safety barriers at the Button Road intersection and around the culvert crossing south of Norman Road.

You may have noticed that the road pavement is being reconstructed in sections. This is to allow us to keep the road operational during the works.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation.

Stay tuned for our next update here.

STAGES OF WORK

Stage One, from Norman Rd to Button Rd consists of:

  • Widening the existing traffic lanes to 3.5m in each direction with new pavement installed.
  • Modifying driveways with shallow culverts underneath for stormwater.
  • Realigning the grassed drainage swales on both sides of the road.
  • Guard rail installations at selected locations.
  • Widening the road shoulders to improve the bus waiting area at bus stop 131 on both the east and west sides.

Work will be undertaken from 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Traffic restrictions will be in place along this section.

Every effort will be made to minimise inconvenience to commuters.

More information, including the concept design and detour route are located in the document library.

Stage Two

Stage two consists of the section of Justs Road from Button Road to Sellicks Beach Road (excludes the Sellicks Beach Road intersection). It is subject to Council approval as part of the 2019/20 budget and a successful grant funding application. If approved, Stage two will commence after the completion of stage one.



LATEST UPDATE

Work is progressing well and we are still on track to complete Stage 1 (section between Norman Rd and Button Rd) by the end of this year, weather permitting.

So far we have:

  • Reconstructed failed sections of pavement
  • Widened the road
  • Formalised and widened drainage swales on both sides of the road
  • Resealed and line-marked completed sections

Over the next month we will be concentrating on:

  • Finishing the current section of road
  • Commencing work at the Button Road intersection
  • Installing road safety barriers at the Button Road intersection and around the culvert crossing south of Norman Road.

You may have noticed that the road pavement is being reconstructed in sections. This is to allow us to keep the road operational during the works.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation.

Stay tuned for our next update here.

STAGES OF WORK

Stage One, from Norman Rd to Button Rd consists of:

  • Widening the existing traffic lanes to 3.5m in each direction with new pavement installed.
  • Modifying driveways with shallow culverts underneath for stormwater.
  • Realigning the grassed drainage swales on both sides of the road.
  • Guard rail installations at selected locations.
  • Widening the road shoulders to improve the bus waiting area at bus stop 131 on both the east and west sides.

Work will be undertaken from 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Traffic restrictions will be in place along this section.

Every effort will be made to minimise inconvenience to commuters.

More information, including the concept design and detour route are located in the document library.

Stage Two

Stage two consists of the section of Justs Road from Button Road to Sellicks Beach Road (excludes the Sellicks Beach Road intersection). It is subject to Council approval as part of the 2019/20 budget and a successful grant funding application. If approved, Stage two will commence after the completion of stage one.



  • September 2019 Update

    29 days ago

    To reduce community impacts, the construction methodology for Stage 1 of Justs Road was changed from a full road closure to a part road closure.

    This has meant that work to reconstruct this section will be extended until the end of the year.


    To reduce community impacts, the construction methodology for Stage 1 of Justs Road was changed from a full road closure to a part road closure.

    This has meant that work to reconstruct this section will be extended until the end of the year.