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Road Works & Closures

 The following Road Closure Information provides updates on closures and changed traffic conditions due to Flooding/Bushfires, Traffic Accidents or Planned Roadworks.

LAST UPDATE:   Thursday 16 January 2020 4:30 pm

NEXT UPDATE EXPECTED:  Friday 17 January 2020 10:00 am

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ROAD

CLOSURE INFORMATION

DATE

Goran Lake Road
Curlewis
ROAD CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING - road closed between Nea Siding Road and Kelly Road due to flood debris acrosss the road  
     
Ryan Road
Carroll
ROAD CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING - road closed between Kilphysic Road to the end due to causeway surface damage  
     
Mooki River Road
Breeza
ROAD CLOSED due to structural damage at the low level bridge  
     
Oxley Highway
Kildare
Carroll
Reconstruction road works for the Kildare Turning lane will be undertaken between Hoss Causeway and Swain Road.  The road will be speed limited to 60km/hr whilst the works are occuring.  Road users are requested to follow directions from signage at all times.  Speed zones are enforceable. Friday 20 December 2019
to
Friday 31 January 2020
     
Warrabungle Street
between Conadilly Street and Barber Street
Gunnedah
ROAD CLOSED due to construction of the new rail bridge overpass.  The road will be closed to all traffic to ensure the safety of motorists and workers.  Heavy Vehicle access will be via Tempest Street with Council approval for the duration of the project. Monday 14 January 2019
To
Monday 6 January 2020
     
New Street
Between Oxley Highway and Railway Avenue
Gunnedah
ROAD CLOSED due to consturction of the new rail bridge overpass.  The road will be closed to all traffic to ensure the safety of motorists and workers.  Heavy Vehicle access will be via Tempese Street, Barber Street and Marquis Street with Council approval for the duration of the project Monday 9 September 2019
to
Friday 6 March 2020
     
Boundary Road/Oxley Highway Intersection
Gunnedah
Rooundabout construction works will occuring at the intersection of Boundary Road and Oxley Highway, Gunnedah.  The road will be speed limited to 40km/hr whilst the works are occuring.  Speed zones are enforceable.  Road users are requested to follow directions from traffic controllers/signage at all times and take additional care when travelling through the construction site. Monday 12 August 2019
to
Friday 26 April 2020
     
Grain Valley Road (Regional Road 7709)
Between Mullaley and Goolhi Road for 10km in a Northerly direction
Mullaley
Road reconstruction and sealing works are occuring between Mullaley and Goolhi Road for 10km as part of the Grain Valley Way Upgrade.  The road will be speed limited to 60km/hr for the duration of the works.  Speed zones are enforceable and please allow for additional travelling time.  Road users are rquested to follow directions from traffic controllers/signage at all times and take additional care wehn travelling throught construction site. Tuesday 5 November 2019
to
Friday 28 November 2020
     
OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION:
  • Drivers may be liable for any damage that they cause to a road that is closed to their vehicle type
  • Travelling on roads covered with water is extremely dangerous and should be avoided
  • Road conditions can change without warning and drivers should travel with caution
  • Unsealed roads damage very easily when they are wet and only essential journeys should be undertaken until these roads dry out
  • Council priortises repairs with higher trafficked roads and bus routes usually receiving attention first.

Disclaimer:
The road closure information is as accurate as possible at the time it is entered. However as conditions change quickly, this information should be used as a guide only. Council makes no statements, representations or warranties about the accuracy, currency, reliability or completeness of the information.

Road users are reminded to not enter flood water and deliberate disobeying of road closure signs may result in police prosecution.