Transport Capital Works Program
Council has completed a review of the five year priority programs for all of its transport related assets.
Under our Asset Management Strategy, the Road Renewal Program is separated into three “phases” depending on the type of work to be carried out:
- Project Phase 1 – Surface Treatment – Surface treatment only to preserve the existing asset and prevent deterioration of the road pavement – low costs
- Project Phase 2 – Heavy Patching, Surface Treatment and in some cases, Shoulder Widening – repairs will be carried out to remove any areas of failed road pavement and a new waterproof seal applied to preserve the existing asset – intermediate costs
- Project Phase 3 – Reconstruction – complete road reconstruction with improvements to width, shape and safety enhancements – high costs
- Road Formation Works/Bridge Program – Embankment Stabilisation and Bridge Works - works to the underlying parts of the road network that support the road and new Bridge Construction and/or repairs.
Please click on 2017-18 Transport Capital Works Program to view the current year's transport program.
To see some of the projects we have already completed this year, please click on the Transport Program Update.
Additionally, Council has a number of significant projects, which are of key interest to the community, for which the detailed Project Plans are attached below.
Additional Council Projects
Council has partnered with the Touched by Olivia Foundation to develop an exciting new inclusive play space for all children, at Warragamba Civic Park in Warragamba.
General updates on the progress being made on the Bargo RFS Station Project.
Wilton Road at Broughton Pass is now open. It was closed due to the retaining wall failure that occurred during the storm event on 5 June 2016.
Wollondilly Shire Council and Penrith City Council wishes to advise that temporary changed traffic conditions will be in place at the Blaxland Crossing Bridge (also known as Wallacia Bridge & Silverdale Road Bridge) commencing in June 2016.
Please have a look at Council's Major Projects Community Update newsletters featuring the projects which have been under way or completed each quarter.