Shovels hit ground for early work for new Jervis Bay Road Intersection

Dept of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

Early work has officially started on the next stage of the Princes Highway upgrade of the Jervis Bay Road Intersection, with the first sod turned on the project at Falls Creek.

The Jervis Bay Road Intersection will be replaced with a grade-separated interchange. This will include an overpass bridge and roundabouts on either side following feedback from the community and extensive investigation work.

Early work for the project will include demolition, fence and gate relocations on properties, minor clearing and environmental work such as nest box installations.

There may be minor traffic impacts in the new year after the holiday period. The community will be kept informed with plenty of notice before any traffic changes are put in place.

Major work is on track to begin in 2023 and is expected to take up to four years to complete, weather permitting.

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