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Road rebuilding works begin

Eurobodalla Council will begin work on Monday (16 October) to improve sections of several roads across the shire.

The pavement rehabilitation work will repair and refresh the road surface and is expected to be complete before Christmas.

Roads scheduled for the works are:

  • Beach Road in Surf Beach, from Surf Beach Avenue to Explorers Way

  • Explorers Way in Surf Beach, from Beach Road approximately 200 metres west

  • Church Street, Moruya, from the intersection with Vulcan Street to the Post Office

The work involves removing and replacing the failing upper layer of road pavement material, which will be recycled for use on other Council projects, including the earthworks for the shared pathway at Surf Beach.

Traffic control will be in place at each site, with at least one lane closed and some full road closures of up to 20 minutes. Motorists should expect delays and are encouraged to allow extra time or use alternative routes where possible.

Residents living adjacent to the roadworks will still be able to access their property, and have been notified by letter about the work.

The works are part of Council’s ongoing road rehabilitation program to improve and maintain Eurobodalla’s road network.

These works are in addition to road reconstructions currently underway on Euroka Avenue in Malua Bay and Bream Street and Andrew Avenue in Tuross Head.

For more information on Council’s current works visit Media Release

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