VicRoads advises motorists travelling on and around Bridge St East, Benalla, to expect delays due to road surfacing works.January 29, 2014 4:16pm
VicRoads advises motorists travelling on and around Bridge St East, Benalla, to expect minor delays due to road works.
A roads surfacing project is being carried out as a part of VicRoads annual pavement maintenance program to improve the surface condition and durability of the road.
The works will involve applying a new surface treatment along 500 metres of road on Bridge St East, between the intersections of Salisbury St and the roundabout at Samaria Rd and Witt St.
Weather permitting, road works will be carried out from Sunday, February 2 until Tuesday, February 4, between 7 am and 5 pm.
Vehicle access will be closed from Salisbury St and Mary St into Bridge St East for the duration of the project. Limited access will be available onto Clarendon St from Bridge St East during 8:30 am to 9 am and 3 pm to 4 pm.
Reduced speed limits, traffic detours and traffic controllers will be in place for the duration of the works. Minor delays of up to 15 minutes may be experienced by road users.
Access to residences and businesses in the area will still be available, however there will be altered access arrangements in place.
Motorists are reminded to observe the changed traffic conditions for their own safety and the safety of workers.
VicRoads thanks motorists, local businesses and residents in advance for their patience and understanding while these important works are carried out.
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