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.
The works took place 5.5 km north of Cranbrook and extending up to 4 km north of the Brick-House road intersection.
Works started mid-July 2013 and were completed on 01 August 2014. Road is open to road users.
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