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Repairs to state-controlled roads underway soon

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Repairs to state-controlled roads will be underway in the region this week.

Defect repairs to the region's roads will be undertaken this week as part of the Department of Transport and Main Roads maintenance program.

TMR has contracted Bundaberg Regional Council to complete the works on sections of state-controlled roads, which will begin this Thursday and finish by Friday afternoon.

A Transport and Main Roads spokesperson said works would be undertaken on the Isis Highway and Bundaberg Ring Road between 8.30am and noon on Thursday.

“There will also be works along Bundaberg-Bargara Road, north of the Scotland Street intersection, between 10am and 3pm,” the TMR spokesperson said.

“On Friday works will take place on Bundaberg-Port Road, near the Bundaberg Ring Road intersection, between 7.30am and 12pm and east of the Walker Street intersection between 10am and 3pm.”

The spokesperson said additional works would take place over the coming weeks, with timings yet to be confirmed.

“Motorists can expect some delays if travelling during work hours and are reminded to observe all warning and traffic control signs and be aware of changed conditions,” the spokesperson said.

“We thank the Bundaberg community for their patience and support while these works are undertaken.”

All working days and times are subject to weather conditions.

For up-to-date information on roadworks and other traffic information, call 13 19 40, visit www.qldtraffic.qld.gov.au or download the Qld Traffic app.

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