https://www.kyogle.nsw.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/Chestnut-Road-Bridge-Complete-2-scaled.jpg 2560 2429 janelle https://www.kyogle.nsw.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/kyogle-council-nsw-logo-2019.png janelle2023-10-11 14:52:002023-10-11 14:52:00Works update – 11 October 2023
Makings Bridge on Hootons Road was completed today (11 October) and is now open to traffic.
We’ve also seen Baileys Bridge on Baileys Bridge Road and Comerfords No 2 Bridge on Roseberry Creek Road recently open to traffic.
The side-track around the new bridge site on Kyogle Road has been completed and work on the bridge can now commence, while bridge to pipes project on Station Road is ongoing, and work has restarted on the new bridge on Williams Road.
Council is waiting on a piling contractor to become available before work can start on the new bridge on Needhams Road.
Work to repair a landslip on Gabal Road started this week, while work on landslips on Dugans Road and Williams Road is continuing.
Repairs to the landslip on Edwards Lane are expected to be completed by the end of next week, while work of the three major landslips on Lions Road is likely to be completed by the end of October. Contractors are expected to finish repairs to the landslip under Geneva Bridge before Christmas.
Road construction crews are working on Kyogle Road, Clarence Way at Sandy Creek, and Bruxner Highway at Mallanganee Range.
Crews have sealed parts of Duck Creek Road, however the project cannot be completed until culvert works are finalised. The Clarence Way project at Sandilands is finished.
The project to seal part of the southern section of Sextonville Road is moving along, with sealing scheduled for next week.
Meanwhile, maintenance grading is occurring on Dyraaba and Mills roads, and has been completed on Slaughter Gully and Murphys roads.
The replacement of culverts on Omagh and Edenville roads as part of flood damage response is continuing.
Council’s pothole patching program is ongoing on Ettrick Range and Clarence Way.