The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise pavement rehabilitation and resurfacing will be undertaken on the Centenary Motorway at the northbound Fig Tree Pocket off-ramp, Fig Tree Pocket.
These works are being delivered as part of TMR’s rehabilitation program to improve the road surface and ensure a safe, useable road network for all users.
- Works are scheduled to commence in mid-March 2020 and are expected to take approximately three months to complete, weather and construction conditions permitting.
- For the safety of work crew and road users, works will be undertaken at night between 8pm to 4am, Sunday to Friday, however some Saturday or out of hours works may be required.
- removal and replacement of asphalt
reinstatement of line marking.
What to expect:
- Changed traffic conditions: Traffic changes will be in effect, including localised traffic detours, temporary road shoulder closures, temporary lane closures with traffic control, changes to traffic flow, temporary speed reductions and short-term traffic disruptions. Please allow extra time when planning your travel and follow the directions of roadside signage and traffic controllers.
- Temporary construction noise: Heavy machinery will be in use and nearby residents and businesses can expect some increased noise, dust and odour. Reversing beepers and flashing lights are a safety requirement and will be used at all times during working hours.
- Access to private properties: Access to private properties will be maintained during the works. Where temporary access changes are required, property/business owners will be contacted directly.
- Traffic may be diverted via the northbound exit onto Moggill Road approximately 700m north of the project site. Appropriate detour signage and traffic controllers will be on site to direct motorists.
TMR will distribute notifications to nearby residents and businesses before work begins. This notification will include information on the work and the contact details for the Project Team.