City of Subiaco - Roads
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Roads

nullThe City of Subiaco is the custodian of an extensive range of community assets that it provides to facilitate the delivery of its services in the community. Roads are a significant component of the city’s asset portfolio.

Subiaco is currently undertaking numerous projects for road rehabilitation and road resurfacing to improve the safety and long-term performance of the road pavements.

The development of the five-year road rehabilitation/road resurfacing program is prioritised based on funding strategy and the strategic investment that enables the city to maximise the long-term performance of the road network under a range of funding options and treatment strategies.

The city applies for federal and state grants, and other funding options, in order to achieve a balance between external funding and municipal resources.

The majority of funding for the city's local and district distributors road network is sourced through the State Metropolitan Regional Road Group, Roads to Recovery, and the National and State Black Spot program.

Scheduled roadworks

Location

Scope

Status

Roydhouse Street roundabout

Resurfacing

Anticipated to commence on Monday 11 June 2018

Atkinson Road

Two Way

Stage 2 commencing on 5 June 2018

Hay Street (WB)
Thomas Street to Coghlan Road

Resurfacing

TBC

Hay Street (WB)
Denis Street to Railway Road

Resurfacing

TBC

Please note that scheduled dates may change due to unfavourable weather conditions and unforseen circumstances. Should works be postponed, new dates will be advertised on the electronic signage located at the proposed work site.


State Black Spot Program 

Location

Scope

Status

Bagot Road/Coghlan Road

Improvement of sight lines and reinforcement of priority signs

Completed

Thomas Street/ Churchill Ave

Modify intersection entry into Thomas Street

Completed


National Black Spot Program

Location

Scope

Status

Subiaco Road

Modification of intersection entry into Thomas Street

Completed

Use the city's mapping website to view the road works program for the next five years.