RMS – Mona Vale Road Upgrade: McCarrs Creek Road to Powder Works Road – New South Wales - Project Profile
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Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) is planning to upgrade a road section between Terrey Hills and Ingleside, both suburbs of northern Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
The project involves the upgrade of a 3.2km two-lane undivided road to a four-lane divided road section with a central concrete safety barrier.
It includes the construction of 2.5m wide shoulders along the length of the road, a utility corridor for gas, electricity and network cables, a multi-use path and related facilities, the widening of the intersection of Kimbriki road and Mona Vale road, widening Mona Vale road to the west of Kimbriki road to provide a westbound truck climbing lane, and the upgrade of the intersection of Mona Vale road and Tumburra street.
Sinclair Knight Merz Pty Ltd (SKM), a subsidiary of Jacobs Group Australia Holdings Ltd, GHD Group Pty Ltd and JCIS Consultants (JCIS) have been appointed as technical consultants.
In June 2011, RMS commenced initial community consultations which lasted till December 2011.
In September 2011, RMS commenced preliminary environmental investigation (PEI) and associated technical studies on the proposed plans.
JCIS, on March 14, 2012, finalized the PEI report thereby identifying the non-aboriginal heritage impacts due to the project.
In October 2012, SKM published an options report presenting an overview of the project objectives and the necessity of the planned upgrades. As per the report, SKM unveiled the identification of three feasible route options titled as Option I, Option II and Option III.
Option I includes the upgrade of the road section predominantly along the existing corridor, Option II includes the realignment of Mona Vale Road to its northern side and Option III includes realignment of the road section to the north and maintaining the westbound carriageway in its current configuration.
In May 2013, RMS published a community consultation summary report providing an overview of the consultation process undertaken and the respective feedback gathered.
In August 2013, RMS selected Option II as the preferred route for the project and commenced community consultation sessions with intent to further refine the design work.
RMS published a community update report in October 2014 unveiling the project details and initiated further rounds of community consultations until November 14, 2014.
In June 2015, RMS is in the process of finalizing the design aspects for the project and is expected to complete it by second quarter of 2017.
In January 2016, conceptual design investigations are underway.
In June 2016, US$2 million funds are allocated by NSW Government to finalise environmental assessment and advance road design.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the upgrade of a 3.2km two-lane undivided road to a four-lane divided road section with a central concrete safety barrier along the Mona Vale road in Sydney, Australia.
The US$67 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 2.5m wide shoulders
2. Construction of a utility corridor
3. Construction of a multi-use path
4. Widening the intersection of Kimbriki road and Mona Vale road
5. Widening of Mona Vale road to the west of Kimbriki road
6. Upgrade of the intersection of Mona Vale road and Tumburra street
7. Construction of related facilitiesReasons To Buy