Road Rehabilitation Works - Ryrie Av - Murray St to Bland St
ROAD REHABILITATION WORKS – RYRIE AVENUE – MURRAY STREET TO BLAND STREET
Repairing road surfaces and surrounding infrastructure will prevent further deterioration and ensure they remain in good condition for years to come. The City will be undertaking road works as follows:
Location: Ryrie Avenue between Murray Street to Bland Street, Como
Date: Week commencing Monday 18 December 2023. Works will be paused over the holiday period and recommence from the middle of January 2024.
Duration: Approximately 2 weeks, weather permitting, Monday to Friday between the hours of 7am to 5pm. Please note the works may not be carried out every day during this period.
The road works will include:
- Road resurfacing (laying new asphalt) on three occasions which will impact access to your property at certain times and may impact your reticulation
- Minor civil infrastructure upgrades including replacement of kerbing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be able to access my property during the road works?
Access to your property during the works may be limited at certain times, particularly whilst asphalt is being laid. The contractor will notify affected residents by letter 48 hours before the asphalt works take place and traffic management will be in place to assist access in and around the work area. Driving on freshly laid asphalt can impact the new road surface, cause delays to the works, damage vehicles and crossovers and is also a safety risk.
How will the traffic be managed during the road works?
Temporary lane closures and detours will be in place during the road works. Should you need to enter or exit your property while the works are in progress, please speak to the traffic controllers who will direct you through the work area. For the safety of road users and personnel, please follow signage and take care when driving in the area.
What if my reticulation is damaged during the road and/or kerbing works?
When road works involve the removal and replacement of kerbing, any reticulation on the kerb line will be temporarily cut, capped and relocated away from the kerb. Upon completion of the works, the reticulation will be reinstated. Please test your reticulation within two weeks and notify the City as soon as possible if there are any issues.
The City is responsible for all reinstatement works and will not accept responsibility or provide reimbursement for other repairs or reinstatements carried out by third parties. After the two week period, the City may not take responsibility for repairs.
More information and additional frequently asked questions regarding the City’s roadworks can be found on the road rehabilitation works page.
If you have any queries do not hesitate to contact the City on 9474 0777 or raise a request.
- Phone 9474 0777
- Email email@example.com