Keerrong Road Works

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Lismore City Council is continuing works to repair roads following significant flood damage. Urgent work is required to repair multiple sections of Keerrong Road, which includes a culvert collapse, areas of severe pavement damage and a large landslide.


The collapsed culvert structure, located north of the intersection with Dudgeon Road will be replaced with a new concrete bridge.



Works will be undertaken to repair the sealed pavement section approximately 1-3km from Nimbin Road, improving access for road users. These works are temporary as Council is currently seeking funding for the repair and full restoration cannot be completed with current weather conditions.


Investigations are underway into the large landslide located near The Channon Road end to determine full restoration treatments.

What do the works involve?

  • Re-shape the sealed pavement section to temporarily restore pavement formation
  • Installing a concrete InQuik bridge structure, 7.2m wide by 16.1m long at the culvert site
  • Geotechnical investigation and design for the large landslide near The Channon Road

When will the works start?

Bridge works and temporary road works are expected to be finalised by August 31, 2022.

These works may be subject to delays due to weather events. Updates will be posted on the online article listed below. A date for the permanent restoration of the sealed pavement sections and the large landslide will be advised once funding had been confirmed.


What are the traffic adjustments?

Road users are advised to be aware of works being completed, and to slow down in work zones. Further traffic information will be listed on northernrivers.myroadinfo.com. Please allow additional travel time.

Where can I find more information?

Community Updates plus Q&A can be found below.

Lismore City Council is continuing works to repair roads following significant flood damage. Urgent work is required to repair multiple sections of Keerrong Road, which includes a culvert collapse, areas of severe pavement damage and a large landslide.


The collapsed culvert structure, located north of the intersection with Dudgeon Road will be replaced with a new concrete bridge.



Works will be undertaken to repair the sealed pavement section approximately 1-3km from Nimbin Road, improving access for road users. These works are temporary as Council is currently seeking funding for the repair and full restoration cannot be completed with current weather conditions.


Investigations are underway into the large landslide located near The Channon Road end to determine full restoration treatments.

What do the works involve?

  • Re-shape the sealed pavement section to temporarily restore pavement formation
  • Installing a concrete InQuik bridge structure, 7.2m wide by 16.1m long at the culvert site
  • Geotechnical investigation and design for the large landslide near The Channon Road

When will the works start?

Bridge works and temporary road works are expected to be finalised by August 31, 2022.

These works may be subject to delays due to weather events. Updates will be posted on the online article listed below. A date for the permanent restoration of the sealed pavement sections and the large landslide will be advised once funding had been confirmed.


What are the traffic adjustments?

Road users are advised to be aware of works being completed, and to slow down in work zones. Further traffic information will be listed on northernrivers.myroadinfo.com. Please allow additional travel time.

Where can I find more information?

Community Updates plus Q&A can be found below.

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    When will the Gungas roadwork be completed? It was started before the flood, bitumen was ripped up and work has ceased, leaving the road worse than ever.

    Marc Everingham asked about 2 years ago

    Hi Marc,

    Unfortunately due to the flooding events of February and March, works on the Gungas Road Construction Project were delayed. Council resources were reassigned to the gravel section of Gungas Road, to carry out emergency repair works to allow access for residents. Throughout the gravel section the road was completely washed away in areas, leaving residents cut off. 

    Works have now recommenced on the sealed section and will continue over the coming months.

    Thanks for this question, and we appreciate the ongoing patience of our community as we continue these works.

    Rebecca

Page last updated: 18 Jul 2022, 10:32 AM