Works update – 7 February 2024
Kyogle Council News 7 Feb 2024

Remediation work on the Gabal Road, Forest Road and Clarence Way landslips is continuing with all three jobs expected to be completed by late February.  Council has so far repaired 51 of the 99 major landslips which occurred after the 2022 flood event.

The new Askews Bridge on Askews Dip Road is finished and the bridge is now open to traffic.  Construction work is continuing on new bridges on Rodgers Road, Needhams Road, and Gambleys Road, while work has started on the new Hansen Road Bridge.

The Kyogle Road bridge near Back Creek is nearing completion, with the deck poured and road works in progress. In good news for motorists, it is expected to be open to traffic this month.

Road crews are doing flood damage repairs on the Clarence Way south of the Bruxner Highway, while Council now has four crews working on the upgrade of the Clarence Way between Bonalbo and Urbenville.

Work on the rehabilitation of a 3.5km section of Ettrick Road, and the Transport for NSW project on the Bruxner Highway at Mallanganee Range is continuing. The Bruxner Highway project is due for completion in April.

Council is undertaking maintenance grading in the Cawongla catchment and the Hootons Road area.  Pothole crews are working on Clarence Way, Gradys Creek Road, and Kyogle Road, while roadside slashing crews are on Clarence Way and Kyogle Road.