Brookvale

Brookvale is a busy public transport interchange, retail and health precinct regularly used by bus customers, pedestrians and cyclists, as well as general traffic.

New pedestrian bridge installation 25 – 28 September

For more detailed information on upcoming pedestrian bridge works, visit the web page here

Construction works continue to prepare for the installation in late September, of the new pedestrian bridge to span across Pittwater Road at the citybound and outbound bus stops.

Construction activities for the pedestrian bridge in September will occur during the day between 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and 7am to 4pm Saturdays. Night shifts may be undertaken up to 5 nights per week (generally Sunday to Thursday) between 6pm and 5am.

Construction activities for the pedestrian bridge in September will involve:

  • excavation, drainage and concrete works
  • lift shaft finishing works and installation of lifts
  • geotechnical investigations along Pittwater Road Brookvale and Sterland Avenue North Manly
  • excavation for footings and installation of the additional ‘infill’ shelter
  • relocation of a light pole on the citybound side of Pittwater Road
  • installation of failsafe gates footings and structure
  • preparation and remedial works to the Brookvale Community Health Centre (BCHC)
  • installation of the bridge structure
  • site walks to assess remaining activities for finishing works

Change to night works program in Brookvale

Throughout August, members of our pedestrian bridge construction team consulted with the local community regarding the proposal to change the current night work schedule from two nights per week with seven nights off to five nights per week with two nights off. Following completion of the consultation process with key impacted stakeholders, the new program of working up to five nights per week (generally Sunday to Thursday) with two days off will commence from Monday 2 September.

Pittwater Road northbound dedicated Left turn lane into Cross Street

Construction activities for the left-hand turn lane into Cross Street in September will occur between 7am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. Night shifts may be undertaken up to 5 nights per week (generally Sunday to Thursday) between 6pm and 5am.

Construction activities at Cross Street in September will involve:

  • relocating a water main on Pittwater Road
  • relocating an underground Telstra cable along Pittwater Road and Cross Street
  • adjustments to other utilities along Pittwater Road and Cross Street
  • construction of new drainage pits
  • rehabilitation of existing stormwater drainage
  • site walks to assess remaining activities for finishing works

For more information regarding works in Brookvale, please see the latest notification here.

The scope of works delivered in Brookvale include:
  • new local and B-Line northbound and southbound bus stops on Pittwater Road, including weather protection, seating and real-time information
  • 250 dedicated commuter car park spaces constructed as part of the Brookvale Community Health Centre

Brookvale is a busy public transport interchange, retail and health precinct regularly used by bus customers, pedestrians and cyclists, as well as general traffic.

New pedestrian bridge installation 25 – 28 September

For more detailed information on upcoming pedestrian bridge works, visit the web page here

Construction works continue to prepare for the installation in late September, of the new pedestrian bridge to span across Pittwater Road at the citybound and outbound bus stops.

Construction activities for the pedestrian bridge in September will occur during the day between 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and 7am to 4pm Saturdays. Night shifts may be undertaken up to 5 nights per week (generally Sunday to Thursday) between 6pm and 5am.

Construction activities for the pedestrian bridge in September will involve:

  • excavation, drainage and concrete works
  • lift shaft finishing works and installation of lifts
  • geotechnical investigations along Pittwater Road Brookvale and Sterland Avenue North Manly
  • excavation for footings and installation of the additional ‘infill’ shelter
  • relocation of a light pole on the citybound side of Pittwater Road
  • installation of failsafe gates footings and structure
  • preparation and remedial works to the Brookvale Community Health Centre (BCHC)
  • installation of the bridge structure
  • site walks to assess remaining activities for finishing works

Change to night works program in Brookvale

Throughout August, members of our pedestrian bridge construction team consulted with the local community regarding the proposal to change the current night work schedule from two nights per week with seven nights off to five nights per week with two nights off. Following completion of the consultation process with key impacted stakeholders, the new program of working up to five nights per week (generally Sunday to Thursday) with two days off will commence from Monday 2 September.

Pittwater Road northbound dedicated Left turn lane into Cross Street

Construction activities for the left-hand turn lane into Cross Street in September will occur between 7am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. Night shifts may be undertaken up to 5 nights per week (generally Sunday to Thursday) between 6pm and 5am.

Construction activities at Cross Street in September will involve:

  • relocating a water main on Pittwater Road
  • relocating an underground Telstra cable along Pittwater Road and Cross Street
  • adjustments to other utilities along Pittwater Road and Cross Street
  • construction of new drainage pits
  • rehabilitation of existing stormwater drainage
  • site walks to assess remaining activities for finishing works

For more information regarding works in Brookvale, please see the latest notification here.

The scope of works delivered in Brookvale include:
  • new local and B-Line northbound and southbound bus stops on Pittwater Road, including weather protection, seating and real-time information
  • 250 dedicated commuter car park spaces constructed as part of the Brookvale Community Health Centre