Roads listed as a priority

File photo. A number of roads in the Coorong District Council area have been identified as priority roads to be either sealed or re-sheeted during the 2016/17 year.
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20 dirt roads, equating to more than 47 kilometres,have been listed to be re-sheeted, while 11 roads have been selected as a priority for resealing.

Coorong District Council Cheif Executive Officer Vincent Cammell said these roads wereprioritisedas a result of the detailed asset management planning process that the council undertakes.

“The overall asset management process is designed to maximise road life by ensuring the optimal intervention by higher level works as opposed to ongoing maintenance activities – in the longer term this will enable us to maintain our road network to a higher standard,” he said.

It is estimated that more than $1.05 million will be spent on the resealing of bitumen roads as allocated in the 2016/17 Annual Business Plan.

The identified roads include Naurrung Road and the intersection of Matson Street and Bonney Street in Meningie and Sherlock’s Tynan Road.

Five roads in Tailem Bend were named on the list including Lime Kiln Road, Tiller Street, Mott Street, Hector Road and Moir Street.

While Woods Well Road, the intersection of Helling Street and Long Street as well as Carcuma Road in Tintinara will also be sealed and re-sealed.

About $1.07 million has been allocated to the re-sheeting of dirt roads within the council’s boundaries.

The following unsealed roads have been identified as a priority for the re-sheeting program;

Yumali Road,Yarindale Road,Homestead Road,Heym Road,Nine Mile Road,Field Road,Gordon Road,Bennier Road,Krueger Road,Lymn Road,Railz Road,Heinrich Road,Heron Road,Two Wells Road,Taunta Road,Deepwater Road,Pink Road,Seven Mile Road,Block K Road andDadd Road.

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