Cabbage Tree Road, Williamtown
The Australian and NSW Governments are jointly funding a $4 million upgrade of a 2.6 kilometre section of Cabbage Tree Road between Nelson Bay Road and Barrie Close to provide a stronger, longer lasting and safer road for motorists.
SEP 2022Safety upgrade completed on Cabbage Tree Road, Williamtown
The multimillion-dollar upgrade of Cabbage Tree Road is complete, with motorists now experiencing a smoother and safer journey.
The $4 million upgrade was jointly funded by the Australian and New South Wales (NSW) governments through the Road Safety Program.
From 2013 to 2018 there were 11 crashes on Cabbage Tree Road and improving safety has been a priority.
Port Stephens Council was engaged to carry out the work which included widening the 2.6-kilometre section of the road to provide motorists with a 3.5-metre-wide travel lane and 1.5-metre-wide sealed shoulders.
The Australian Government has committed $540 million and the NSW Government a further $177 million towards road safety improvement works under the first three tranches of the Road Safety Program.
The Australian and NSW Governments jointly funded a $4 million safety upgrade between Nelson Bay Road and Barrie Close to provide a stronger, longer lasting and safer road for motorists.
Transport for NSW engaged Port Stephens Council to carry out the work along the 2.6-kilometre section of Cabbage Tree Road which included:
- Widening and resurfacing the road
- Providing a wider painted centreline
- Installing new safety barriers
The project was completed in early September 2022.
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|June 2022 project notification|
Night work on Cabbage Tree Road, Williamtown from Sunday 19 June.
|April 2022 project notification|
Start of work on Cabbage Tree Road, Williamtown from Wednesday 27 April.
|May 2020 project notification|
Start of work on Cabbage Tree Road, Williamtown from Wednesday 27 May 2020 with site compound establishment
|Safer journeys ahead on Cabbage Tree Road - 26 April 2022||28.3Kb|
For further information about this work contact Project Manager, Julian Mehanathan on:
Phone: (02) 4908 7629 (during business hours)