Chittering Road/Chittering Valley Road - Intersection Upgrade - 2020/21

Project Update - April 2021

Works on this project commenced in January 2021.

We will be undertaking reconstruction and stablisation works onsite from the 13th April 2021. All works will be under traffic management with the possibility of the road being in a changed condition (gravel surface) between the stabilisation works and the new seal being implemented. 

These works will be undertaken in conjunction with other road works within the Shire. Our team may come and go from site over the next few weeks as we work between our different projects. Traffic management will be in place for the duration of these works, please obey warning signage and take care when traveling in the area.

We anticipate these works to be completed in early May 2021.

Project Overview

These works will continue on from the reconstruction works undertaken in 2019/20.

The existing intersection of Chittering and Chittering Valley Road has been identified as being unsafe and not sealed (Gravel surface). The gravel is being pushed onto the road surface causing motorcyclists to swerve to avoid the potential hazard on the road. 

The existing curve on Chittering Road is not suitable for the speed limit. Therefore it will be adjusted and made safer for road users. 

The culverts will also be adjusted to remove them from the clear zone, resulting in a safer road verge. 

This project has been funded by the Roads to Recovery Program. This program supports the maintenance of the nation's local road infrastructure assets, which facilitates greater access for Australians and improves safety and economic and social outcomes. This is a federally funded project and is 100% funded by the Federal Government.