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Dee Why

In April, survey and utility investigation works were completed in preparation for upcoming roadworks. The relocation of sewer man holes was also completed. Major pieces of work including storm water drain installation, traffic signal relocation works and road surface replacement commenced and will continue during May.

Throughout May, utility improvements on Pittwater Road will continue in preparation for major road replacement works between Hawkesbury Avenue and Pacific Parade. This work is required for the future reconfiguration of medians, turning and traffic lanes and intersection upgrades on Pittwater Road.

In the coming months, we will be utilising continuous weekend shifts during the day and night to complete the works in a shorter overall timeframe. We will continue to update the community as work progresses and the program of work is confirmed.

The project team will continue working five nights per week in some locations based on recent consultation with the community. For more information see our night work page here.

For more information please download the latest community notification for May in the documents library.

In April, survey and utility investigation works were completed in preparation for upcoming roadworks. The relocation of sewer man holes was also completed. Major pieces of work including storm water drain installation, traffic signal relocation works and road surface replacement commenced and will continue during May.

Throughout May, utility improvements on Pittwater Road will continue in preparation for major road replacement works between Hawkesbury Avenue and Pacific Parade. This work is required for the future reconfiguration of medians, turning and traffic lanes and intersection upgrades on Pittwater Road.

In the coming months, we will be utilising continuous weekend shifts during the day and night to complete the works in a shorter overall timeframe. We will continue to update the community as work progresses and the program of work is confirmed.

The project team will continue working five nights per week in some locations based on recent consultation with the community. For more information see our night work page here.

For more information please download the latest community notification for May in the documents library.