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

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LATEST UPDATE

Work is progressing well on Stage two (Button Road to Sellicks Beach Road) and we are on track for completion by August 2020, subject to favourable weather conditions.

At Justs Road the first 500m of road construction south of Norman Road was sealed the week before the Easter Break. Speed restrictions are still in place while the seal settles and we finalise driveways and swale works along this segment of road.

Beyond the rural road segment we have now completed the 500m stormwater drain as part of the Urban Section of Road approaching Sellicks Beach Road. Culverts have been installed in preparation for the new concrete bus pads and kerbing works have commenced.

Through May we will be recommencing profiling to continue concrete and kerbing works and commence construction of the new 1.5m wide footpath along the western edge of road.

Throughout May the road will continue to be open for traffic with some further changing restrictions applied as required.


PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Justs Road reconstruction is being constructed in two stages to ensure as minimal impact to the community as possible. Stage One, from Norman Rd to Button Rd and Stage two from Button Road to Sellicks Beach Road (excluding the Sellicks Beach intersection).

Stage 1 - Norman road to Button Road was completed in December 2019.

Stage 2 - Button Road to Sellicks Beach Road commenced on 20 January 2020.

The reconstruction work 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.

For more information, view the Frequently Asked Questions or the Project Information documents.



LATEST UPDATE

Work is progressing well on Stage two (Button Road to Sellicks Beach Road) and we are on track for completion by August 2020, subject to favourable weather conditions.

At Justs Road the first 500m of road construction south of Norman Road was sealed the week before the Easter Break. Speed restrictions are still in place while the seal settles and we finalise driveways and swale works along this segment of road.

Beyond the rural road segment we have now completed the 500m stormwater drain as part of the Urban Section of Road approaching Sellicks Beach Road. Culverts have been installed in preparation for the new concrete bus pads and kerbing works have commenced.

Through May we will be recommencing profiling to continue concrete and kerbing works and commence construction of the new 1.5m wide footpath along the western edge of road.

Throughout May the road will continue to be open for traffic with some further changing restrictions applied as required.


PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Justs Road reconstruction is being constructed in two stages to ensure as minimal impact to the community as possible. Stage One, from Norman Rd to Button Rd and Stage two from Button Road to Sellicks Beach Road (excluding the Sellicks Beach intersection).

Stage 1 - Norman road to Button Road was completed in December 2019.

Stage 2 - Button Road to Sellicks Beach Road commenced on 20 January 2020.

The reconstruction work 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.

For more information, view the Frequently Asked Questions or the Project Information documents.



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