MRWA – Albany Ring Road: Stage II and III – Western Australia - Project Profile
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The Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA) is planning to undertake the construction of a road in Australia.
The second stage of the project involves the construction of a ring road to provide the connection from George Street through the Princess Royal Drive.
The third stage involves the construction of a road to connect Albany Highway to the Lower Denmark Road via the Link Road and George Street alignment.
The project includes the construction of supporting walls, service roads, road separators, pedestrian ways and other related facilities. It is anticipated that Stage two and three will be delivered together to form a connection to the Port of Albany.
In May 2014, preliminary concept design has been completed.
MRWA will receive US$409,605 in State funds and US$409,605 Nation Building Program 1 funds for the project development activities.
In March 2016, MRWA is in the process of detail planning.
In November 2016, project was placed on hold, due to funding issues.
In May 2017, MRWA committed to fund $35 million for the project and remaining will be sought from the Federal Government.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a ring road to provide the connection from George Street through the Princess Royal Drive in Albany, Western Australia, Australia.
The US$266 million project includes the following: