Albany Highway Upgrades

Wheatbelt and Great Southern

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Albany Highway works near northam river bridge

What's happening

5.7 kilometres of the Highway, between Weir Road and Pinjalup Creek Bridge, has been reconstructed and widened to 11 metres.

Visibility has been improved at Frankland Cranbrook Road and Rockwell Road intersections, which included new safety barriers, line marking and signage.

Repairs are continuing between Jarrahdale Road and Williams.

Construction of the new Hotham River Bridge is now complete with the new structure officially opened to traffic on 23 January. Deconstruction of the old Hotham River Bridge is underway and expected to be completed in late-February.

Widening, shoulder sealing and the installation of audible edge and centre lines is underway between Beaufort River and Harold Road, with completion expected in late April.

  • Widening the highway and installing safety barriers between Kojonup and Balgarup Road.
  • Intersection improvements at Crossman Road and Crossman Dwarda Road, which includes widening lanes and shoulders, new right turning lane into Crossman and Crossman Dwarda roads, a new left turning lane into Crossman Dwarda Road, and upgrades to the southbound rest area.
  • Reconstructing and widening a 5.7 km section between Gordon River Bridge and Pinjalup Creek Bridge, and new safety barriers at Frankland Cranbrook Road and Rockwell Road.
  • Road repairs to 13.5 km of highway between Jarrahdale Road and Williams, across 5 sections.






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