Stirling Terrace Construction Works

published on Tuesday, 27 October 2020 at 1:46:24 PM

As part of the City of Albany’s capital works program, streetscape and roadwork construction will be undertaken to improve safety and upgrade the paths on Stirling Terrace between York Street and Spencer Street.

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Works to provide Stirling Terrace with an enhanced streetscape amenity, kerbing and parking that will improve safety and connectivity for pedestrians will commence from late November this year.

Street works that took place on Stirling Terrace between the Centrelink carpark and Six Degrees ahead of the 2014 Centenary Commemorations are now being finalised across the remainder of the terrace.

The path along the unimproved sections of Stirling Terrace has become due for renewal and will be updated to the new style of path consistent with other areas of the terrace.

From the end of November street works will commence from Spencer Street to Six Degrees with an aim to complete this section of Stirling Terrace in December, prior to the Christmas holiday period.

The City will make upgrades to the Spencer Street/Stirling Terrace intersection in the new year having received black spot funding from the State Government to improve the safety of the road network.

From September 2021 it is anticipated that the section from the Centrelink carpark to York Street will also be renewed to complete paving works to the terrace.

Executive Director Infrastructure, Development and Environment Paul Camins said finalising these upgrades to the entire terrace will only enhance the precinct for users.

“These upgrades will provide the community with a safer and more consistent looking Stirling Terrace that features flush new pavers, widening of the footpath, safer kerbing and pedestrian access,” Mr Camins said.

“The works are spaced out across three stages to ensure minimal impact to businesses and community whilst avoiding having road and path works at high traffic times of the year such as Christmas holidays.”

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