Annual Urban Arterial Strengthening Program

Delivery of the 2019 Urban Asphalt Program commenced on 8 September 2019 and is now complete.

Asphalt repair work took take place on seven sections, which were completed progressively.

Motorists were advised that the following areas were impacted:

Section 1A - Lambrick Avenue inbound and outbound between the Farrar Boulevard intersection and the Stuart Highway Howards Springs intersection

Section 1B - Lambrick Avenue inbound and outbound between Farrar Boulevard intersection and Roystonea Avenue intersection

Section 2 - Temple Terrace outbound between Chung Wah Terrace and Roystonea Avenue

Section 3 - Temple Terrace inbound between Chung Wah Terrace and Roystonea Avenue

Section 4 -  Kirkland Road and Elrundie Avenue intersection

Section 5 - Chung Wah inbound and outbound between Owston Avenue and Sibbald Crescent

Section 6 - Chung Wah inbound and outbound between Owston Avenue and Moulden Terrace

Section 7 - Stuart Highway inbound between Hidden Valley Road and Amy Johnson Avenue intersection

Section 8 – Elrundie Avenue inbound and outbound from Bonson Terrace to Chung Wah

Contact

Andrew Batson, Senior Project Manager
8999 4873
andrew.batson@nt.gov.au

Last updated: 22 May 2020

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