Council Roads Data Collection
Traffic counters are installed on various identified roads to assess the usage of roads across our network.
Traffic counters are primarily used to collect data (e.g. vehicle volumes and types of vehicles etc.).
This data collection is used by the engineers to inform asset management plans which in tern inform reseal programs.
There is also additional uses for the collection of the this data including:
• applying for federal and territory funding to support infrastructure improvements
• investigating complaints (heavy vehicle, speed etc.)
• inform traffic calming measures (speed bump requirements)
The data that is collected from traffic counters is important to ensure that any decisions made are evidence-based.
Virginia Road Pavement Upgrade
Works include upgrading the road pavement and seal to a section of Virginia Road between Irwin and Bilby Roads.
Road Closure will be in place starting 10th September 2021 for a period of 28 days.
Alternate routes are shown below:
Power Road Upgrades
Litchfield Council has received Federal grant funding for the Black Spot identified Power Road.
Works include widening of the floodway, nearest Girraween Road and pavement upgrades.
Road works have commenced and are expected to continue through to mid November.
Alternative routes are suggested to alleviate long waiting periods.