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Road Closures

 

 

YAMBIL STREET

Notice is hereby given under the Roads Act 1993, Section 122, for the temporary closing of Yambil Street between Kooyoo Street and Ulong Street. Yambil Street will be closed from 13 November 2019 until 30 April 2020 as part of the Stage 2 upgrade of Yambil Street by Griffith City Council.The northern side of Yambil Street (Griff Hotel side) will be upgraded first and the southern side will be open for traffic for the first half of the upgrade. Detours around the worksite will be available. Access for pedestrians will be provided. A 40km/h speed limit will also be in place during the works.

BROMLEY AND BUTLER ROAD

Notice is hereby given under the Roads Act 1993, Section 122, for the temporary closing of Bromley Road and Butler Road between Bromley Road and Snaidero Road. Bromley Road and Butler Road will be remain closed until the end of June 2020 for the construction of Bromley Road and Kidman Way intersection as part of Stage 6A Griffith Southern Industrial Link by Griffith City Council. During the road closure motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS ON IRRIGATION WAY- YOOGALI (TRANSPORT FOR NSW INTERSECTION UPGRADE)

Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions east of Griffith from next week as gas lines are relocated in preparation for the Yoogali intersection upgrade.

Work involves digging a trench below Mackay Avenue to move the gas line.

Work will be carried out from Monday 3 February to Monday 30 March and will be carried out at times during the day and night, weather permitting.

Machinery which generates some noise and minimal vibration will be used, and Transport for NSW will make every effort to minimise noise and disruptions.

Lane closures, traffic control and reduced speed limits will be in place for the safety of workers and motorists.

Motorists are advised to drive to the conditions, follow the directions of signs and traffic control and to allow up to five minutes extra travel time to their journey while work is under way.

Transport for NSW thanks motorists for their patience during this time.