A better Old South Road, with less disruption

January 11, 2023Posted in: Delivering, Roads and Assets

As we prepare to move quickly on much needed improvements to Old South Road, Wingecarribee Shire Council have made arrangements to minimise disruption for residents. “Taking on board community feedback about the closure of Old South Road for construction, coinciding with works at Station Street, we’ve balanced these concerns with the urgency of completing the...

Council to fast track Old South Road Rehabilitation Project

December 15, 2022Posted in: Delivering, Roads and Assets

Motorists keen to see works commence on the long-awaited reconstruction of Old South Road can expect to drive the refurbished road almost half a year earlier than planned following an overnight decision by Council. Wingecarribee Shire Council last night approved a change to the construction schedule of Old South Road that will see the rehabilitation...

Council announces Old South Road rehabilitation tender

October 20, 2022Posted in: Delivering, Roads and Assets

Wingecarribee Shire Council has awarded the contract to rehabilitate Old South Road to Stefanutti Construction Pty Ltd at the Council Meeting of Wednesday 19 October 2022. Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Director Service and Project Delivery Karin Targa said the contract announcement was the final step before construction began on the road. “The upgrade of Old South...

Council to commence bridge replacement works

October 14, 2022Posted in: Delivering, Roads and Assets

Wingecarribee Shire Council is set to replace an ageing timber bridge located on Merrigang Street in Bowral as part of a multi-million grant secured from the NSW State Government. Construction to replace the unnamed bridge spanning Mittagong Creek will begin on Monday 17 October 2022. Works will include removing and replacing the old timber bridge...

Council’s new Pot Hole Crew hits the ground

October 6, 2022Posted in: Delivering, Roads and Assets

Wingecarribee Shire Council’s ranks have been bolstered with the addition of a dedicated new Pot Hole Crew. The team of five have hit the ground running tending to damage left in the wake of this year’s record-breaking multiple rainfall events. Council’s Acting Director Service and Project Delivery Greg Bray said the team had already repaired...