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Friday 6 April - Monday 16 April 2018, Military Road Works

What to Expect

Changed traffic conditions will be in place on Military Road in Cremorne and Neutral Bay during weekend work, starting Friday 6 April (weather permitting).

• one lane in each direction on Military Road will be closed during the day on Saturday and Sunday. Parking will be temporarily removed to maintain two through-lanes each way.

• From 11pm Friday, 10pm Saturday and 10pm Sunday night, Military Road will be reduced to one lane in each direction.

• There may be some traffic changes that may include limited access to some local streets in the evening on Wednesday 11 April and Thursday 12 April from 10pm – 5am to facilitate contra-flow on Military Road. Residents will be notified in advance.

Dates and times

Location

Works

Friday 6 April

(weekend works) from 8:00pm continuous day and night works)

• Military Road between Ben Boyd Rd and Spofforth Street

• Service investigation works

• Pavement investigation works including asphalt work, pavement and drainage works

• Line marking and signage

• Relocation and installation of tidal flow infrastructure

• Kerb works

• Traffic signal and electrical works.

Saturday 7 April

(weekend works) from 8:00pm continuous day and night works)

• Military Road between Ben Boyd Rd and Spofforth Street

• Service investigation works

• Pavement investigation works including asphalt work, pavement and drainage works

• Line marking and signage

• Relocation and installation of tidal flow infrastructure

• Kerb works

Traffic signal and electrical works

Sunday 8 April

(weekend works) Until 5am Monday)

• Military Road between Ben Boyd Rd and Spofforth Street

• Service investigation works

• Pavement investigation works including asphalt work, pavement and drainage works

• Line marking and signage

• Relocation and installation of tidal flow infrastructure

• Kerb works

• Traffic signal and electrical works

Wednesday 11 April

• Military Road between Ben Boyd Rd and Spofforth Street

• Service investigation works

• Pavement investigation works including asphalt work, pavement and drainage works

• Line marking and signage

• Relocation and installation of tidal flow infrastructure

• Kerb works

• Traffic signal and electrical works

Thursday 12 April

• Military Road between Ben Boyd Rd and Spofforth Street

• Service investigation works

• Pavement investigation works including asphalt work, pavement and drainage works

• Line marking and signage

• Relocation and installation of tidal flow infrastructure

• Kerb works

• Traffic signal and electrical works

Friday 13 April

(weekend works) from 8:00pm continuous day and night works)

• Military Road between Ben Boyd Rd and Spofforth Street

• Service investigation works

• Pavement investigation works including asphalt work, pavement and drainage works

• Line marking and signage

• Relocation and installation of tidal flow infrastructure

• Kerb works

• Traffic signal and electrical works

Saturday 14 April

(weekend works) from 8:00pm continuous day and night works)

• Military Road between Ben Boyd Rd and Spofforth Street

• Service investigation works

• Pavement investigation works including asphalt work, pavement and drainage works

• Line marking and signage

• Relocation and installation of tidal flow infrastructure

• Kerb works

Sunday 15 April

(weekend works) from 8:00pm continuous day and night works)

• Military Road between Ben Boyd Rd and Spofforth Street

• Service investigation works

• Pavement investigation works including asphalt work, pavement and drainage works

• Line marking and signage

• Relocation and installation of tidal flow infrastructure

• Kerb works

• Traffic signal and electrical works

Mar 2018 - upcoming out of hours works along Military Road at Cremorne and Neutral Bay

TfNSW, and its contractor Fulton Hogan, are continuing to construct a new lane management system to manage peak hour traffic flow along Military Road between Spencer Road and Spofforth Street in Cremorne, and between Hampden Avenue and Ben Boyd Road in Neutral Bay. This work includes pavement works, installing in-pavement lights and line marking along sections of the road.

As part of this new lane management system, night work commenced in February and will continue until mid- 2018. During March and April up to four consecutive day and night weekend shifts will be used to minimise the total number of night shifts required to complete this work. Night work is also required in this area to minimise impacts to traffic flow and ensure the safety of workers, road users and pedestrians. Refer to this indicative schedule of these works and their locations (subject to weather), changed traffic conditions, temporary bus stop changes and temporary removal of parking.

B-line construction works April 2018 (623KB)

During the works residents and businesses can contact the 24 hour project line on 1800 048 751 or email projects@transport.nsw.gov.au

For the latest traffic updates phone: 132 701 or visit: livetraffic.com or download: Live Traffic NSW App.

For more information visit the B-Line website

  

Feb 2018

Major road works will begin along Military Rd. Please note permanent parking removal of 5 spaces on Military Rd between Waters Rd and Hampden Ave from 21 February 2018.

 

Jan 2018 - T3 to Bus Lane changes

Transport for NSW has advised Council that existing T3 lanes were converted to Bus lanes in the AM peak from mid-January 2018. The conversion applies at two sections:

  • Along Burnt Bridge Creek Deviation (from Condamine Street to Sydney Road)
  • Along Spit and Military Roads (from Ourimbah Road, Mosman to Watson Street, Neutral Bay)

Converting these sections of the T3 into an AM peak bus lane between Balgowlah and Neutral Bay will help further improve bus service reliability, which in turn will help keep the Northern Beaches, Lower North Shore and Sydney moving. 

At its meeting on 4 December 2017 (15MB), Council resolved:

  1. THAT Council endorse a submission to Transport for NSW’s B-Line Team regarding the conversion of the existing AM T3 Lanes to an AM Bus Lane along the lines of commentary provided in this report.
  2. THAT Council also prepare a supplementary submission based on feedback from affected Precincts, including Harrison, Bennett, Willoughby Bay, Neutral and Brightmore.
  3. THAT Council immediately forward to the above Precincts any correspondence that it receives from Transport for NSW regarding the B-Line and continue to publish all correspondence on its website.

Council submission T3 conversion to bus lanes (113KB)

Council supplementary submission T3 conversion to bus lanes (395KB)

 

Dec 2017 - Tidal Flow system in Neutral Bay and Cremorne

Work continues in the Neutral Bay and Cremorne areas to implement the new tidal flow systems. The new tidal flow system along Military Road will address congestion experienced by both bus customers and general traffic by providing more vehicle capacity in the morning peak when it’s most needed.

Construction for the new tidal flow began in late December and the new system will be completed and operational later this year.

Council received two notifications - for Residents (490KB) and for Businesses (492KB) - from TfNSW advising of works along Military Road between Ben Boyd Road, Neutral Bay and Hampden Avenue, Cremorne.

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Posted on 6 April 2018

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