Region’s roads rehabilitated through Council works

Bundaberg Regional Council’s road reconstruction and rehabilitation program is underway in the region.
Bundaberg Regional Council’s road reconstruction and rehabilitation program is underway in the region. Work is currently being undertaken to Sauers Road, Kalkie.

Work to a number of roads throughout the region is underway, with 30 sites the focus of Bundaberg Regional Council’s road reconstruction and rehabilitation program.

Council has appointed Berajondo Earthmoving and Haulage as principal contractor to undertake the works, which are expected to be complete in November, weather permitting.

Roads and Drainage portfolio spokesperson Cr Bill Trevor said areas in Kensington, Kalkie, Woongarra, Gooburrum, Fairymead and Oakwood would be the focus throughout September.

“These works involve cement stabilisation and bitumen resurfacing of 30 sites all around the Bundaberg Regional Council area,” Cr Trevor said.

“The works will rehabilitate nearly 170,000sq m of road pavement at the identified sites.

“The sites have been identified through ongoing Council inspection programs, consultation with each area’s relevant supervisor as well as historical data.”

Road rehabilitation program work ahead in region:

Construction activities will be carried out along sections of the following roads during the month of September 2019, weather permitting:

• Back Springfield Road, Woongarra
• Sauers Road, Kalkie
• Crow Street, Kensington
• Low Street, Kensington
• Crook Street, Kensington
• Parklands Drive, Branyan
• Martins Road, Gooburrum
• Faggs Road, Gooburrum
• Batchlers Road, Gooburrum
• Fairymead Road, Fairymead
• Wheelers Road, Oakwood
• Rosedale Road Service Road, Oakwood

Further sites outside these localities will be undertaken in October and November.

Cr Trevor said road construction activities were expected to be carried out between the hours of 6 am and 6 pm, Monday to Saturday.

“Access to private properties adjoining the work areas will be maintained during the construction period,” he said.

“Residents can expect changes to traffic conditions during this time, and minor delays may be experienced.”

“Bundaberg Regional Council is aware of the inconvenience construction work causes and thanks businesses, residents and road users in advance for their patience and co-operation,” Cr Trevor said.