Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council (CGRC) road working teams are undertaking a number of projects across the region.
Council commenced work on the replacement of the old kerb and gutter along Cooper Street between Bourke Street and the Community Services Offices.
The old kerb has deteriorated over time due to age and particularly lifting due to tree roots.
Part of work involves installing a new culvert across Cooper Street to intercept and direct stormwater into the existing underground pipe network on the eastern side of the street.
Guard rail repairs were undertaken on the Olympic Highway near Frampton Road.
The repairs were made as a result of recent vehicle incident.
The Olympic Highway GAP Rehab Project Stage One is now completed.
Stage Two will commence in the new financial year. Good progress has been made on the Muttama Road project.
This project has seen the crews work through some challenging subgrade conditions. 1.2km in length has recently been stabilised.
Works have commenced this week on placement of road base material and sealing is expected to occur within the next two weeks.
The Adjungbilly Road project has successfully been sealed, this was completed after crews resumed works to undertake stabilisation and shape correction on the final section of the project.
This project is now at practical completion with guardrail installation to be completed as soon as possible.
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