Notice of Road & Footpath Closures

Published on 22 May 2019

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WORKS AND EVENTS AROUND YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD

The City of Busselton is undertaking the below works during May and some partial road and footpath closures may be in place during this period.  Please also note any road closures and/or footpath closures due to events.  Please slow down and show caution around any works and/or events taking place.  

 

 

Dunsborough Townscape Works:

- Stage 5B Dunn Bay Road / Seymour Boulevard Roundabout road and footpath works

Road Upgrades and Associated Works:

- Barlee/Strelly Street ~ roundabout night works
- College Avenue ~ reconstruction around centre island
- Chain Avenue ~ works on existing stormwater drain
- William Drive ~ drainage, kerbing and asphalt overlay
- Jones Way ~ drainage, kerbing and asphalt overlay

Gravel Re-sheeting Works:

- Hairpin Road~ Gravel resheeting

New Footpath Construction and Landscaping:

- Cape Naturaliste Road shared path
- Armitage Drive footpath construction

Parks and Gardens:

- Construction of fencing around Barnard East conservation area

Bussell Highway Footpath Replacement Works (Carter Street to Alpha Road)

The replacement of the section of footpath on the southern side of Bussell Highway, between Alpha Road and Carter Street will soon commence (mid-May).  The works will require the closure of one westbound traffic lane which will impact traffic flow on Bussell Highway.  In an effort to reduce inconvenience to the public, works will be conducted between 9.00am and 2.00pm, Monday to Friday.  Works are expected to take approximately three weeks to complete, weather permitting. Advance warning of the footpath works via the use of variable message boards, has been located at strategic locations in the vicinity of the works. During works traffic management and detours will be in place and delays should be expected.  Alternatively, it is advisable to seek alternative routes around the works whenever possible.

The City apologises for any inconvenience and will endeavour to minimise delays where at all possible.