Beach Road works re-start Monday
Work re-starts Monday (1 August) to finish the upgrade of Beach Road between Edward Road and Corrigans Beach car park in Batehaven.
Eurobodalla Council advises drivers should allow extra travel time for the next two weeks, with traffic reduced to single lane in both directions. Traffic control will be in place.
Construction of the two southbound lanes was completed in June. This final stage will see the two northbound lanes rebuilt with new deep asphalt road pavement, resulting in a strengthened road that will need fewer repairs.
Businesses and residents in the construction zone have been notified, and large message boards will be in place.
On Monday and Tuesday, 8 and 9 August, vehicle access to driveways on Beach Road in the work area will not be possible from 7am to 4pm
On-street parking will not be available in the work area for the duration
Edward Road will be closed at Beach Road and traffic will be detoured via Corrigan Crescent
Pathways on both sides of the road will remain open and pedestrians will need to cross at the traffic lights
The northbound bus stop will be relocated 200 metres north during the work
Road work will also start further along Beach Road at the Bavarde Avenue roundabout from Monday 8 August, lasting around three weeks. Traffic will be reduced to a single lane in each direction while new splitter islands are installed.