Great Southern Highway - north of Cranbrook - Seal Widening and Shoulder Reconstruction

 

Overview 

The Great Southern Highway Seal Widening and Shoulder Reconstruction Works were funded by the Western Australian State Government to improve road safety and reduce road runoff crashes. The project provided a 4 km long section of widened seal and reconstructed shoulders on Great Southern Highway, north of Cranbrook. The completed seal is 9 m wide with a 0.5 m unsealed shoulder on both sides of the highway.  

Works started mid-July 2013 and were completed on 1 August 2014.

 

Location 

The works took place 5.5 km north of Cranbrook and extending up to 4 km north of the Brick-House road intersection.

Image: Great Southern Highway^2C north of Cranbrook - Seal Widening and Shoulder Reconstruction Project Location.RCN-D14^2388698.JPG 

 

 

Modified: 01 Jun 2017