Gateway WA’s most recent time lapse features the construction of the widened Tonkin Highway southbound carriageway in the vicinity of the Tonkin Highway/Horrie Miller Drive/Kewdale Road interchange.
Some critical finishing works for Tonkin Highway will require closures of a section of the road on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights (18, 19 and 20 March) weather permitting.
The next big milestone for the Tonkin Highway/Roe Highway interchange will soon see road users travelling on the permanent alignment of Tonkin Highway southbound.
A new footbridge is being constructed as part of Gateway WA’s shared path network.
A weekend closure of the Tonkin Highway/Hale Road intersection is taking place to facilitate necessary work for its upgrade.
The asphalting of Tonkin Highway between Horrie Miller Drive and Roe Highway will require road closures over the coming weeks as this major road upgrade moves towards completion.
Road users would have noticed the major changes taking place at the interchange of Tonkin Highway and Roe Highway as the team pushes ahead with its upgrade.
Gateway WA has captured some of the project’s asphalting activity in a time lapse film that shows the work involved in producing Tonkin Highway’s upgraded road surface.
When Gateway WA recently installed an underpass in the project’s Southern Zone, a time lapse camera captured the weekend long activities.
Work on the Tonkin Highway / Hale Road intersection has commenced this month, which forms an important part of the upgrade to the Tonkin Highway / Roe Highway interchange.
Bridge beams for a bridge at the Tonkin Highway / Roe Highway interchange were lifted into position recently, making it the eleventh and final bridge on the Gateway WA project to achieve the structural milestone.
The bridge beams for the last of Gateway WA’s 11 bridges were hoisted into position recently.
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