Non Slip Line Marking in Australia - Allstate Limemarking
Ballina Bypass project $527 million
The $527 million Ballina Bypass constructed by Leighton’s Contactors, will stretch from South Ballina at the intersection of the Bruxner and Pacific Highways to just north of Ross Lane, Tintenbar. The bypass will evade a 19 kilo metre section of the Pacific Highway and will serve to deliver significant improvements in road safety and reduce travel times. Overall the bypass project will allow commuters to avoid the current five roundabouts, traffic lights and 60 kilo metre per hour speed zones taking the highway traffic out of the surrounding urban area by providing approximately 12.4 kilo metre of dual carriageway as part of the 10-year Pacific Highway Upgrade Program.
Start: July 2007
Finish: July 2012
Value: $527 million (at 31 December 2010)
Major features of the Ballina Bypass project include:
12.4km of dual carriageway
new interchanges at Bruxner Highway, Teven Road, Cumbalum and Ross Lane
11.9km of local roads
19 bridges including major structures over waterways
more than 1.7 million cubic metres of earthworks
approximately 100,000 cubic metres of concrete, and
significant treatment of extensive soft and deep soils.
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