Road upgrades in Taree centre
Published on 17 May 2023
UPDATE: Friday 26 May 2023
The intersections of Manning and Wynter Streets and High and Pulteney Streets, Taree will both be partially closed for minor kerb repair work on Saturday 3 June, from 6am to 4pm.
Council contractors are scheduled to begin work at the intersection of High and Pulteney Streets on Saturday 3 June at 6am. Lanes on the corner of the roundabout closest to Manning Base Hospital will be closed for approximately four hours, with detours in place.
Work on the intersection of Wynter and Manning Streets requires the closure of all lanes entering and exiting the roundabout at both northern corners. This means Manning Street will be closed between High Street and Wynter Street. It will not be possible to cross the roundabout eastbound on Wynter Street.
Traffic control will be in place. Road users can expect minor delays and detours during works.
MidCoast Council is working directly with affected businesses and residents to reduce the impact of these works.
This essential kerb work needs to be completed prior to scheduled night works taking place on the roundabouts between Monday 5 June and Tuesday 13 June.
Original media release issued 17 May 2023
The intersections of Manning and Wynter Streets and High and Pulteney Streets, Taree will both be upgraded during June, with temporary road closures for night works in place.
The upgrades will provide much needed surface improvements to both major roundabouts.
Night works are scheduled to begin at the intersection of Manning and Wynter Streets on Monday 5 June and will be completed by around Friday 9 June, weather permitting.
Work on the intersection of High and Pulteney Streets will start Sunday 11 June and will be completed by around Tuesday 13 June, weather permitting.
Both intersections will be closed at night from approximately 7pm to 6am, with a minor detour and traffic control in place.
Daytime traffic will not be impacted, with both intersections open from 6am to 7pm.
MidCoast Council is working directly with affected businesses to reduce the impact of these works.
This road upgrade is part of Council’s $7.5 million roads program which has allowed for approximately 30 additional road upgrades over and above Council’s annual roadworks plan for this financial year. For the full list of roads in the program, visit https://haveyoursay.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/7-5-million-roads-program.