Bicentennial Bikeway changes from Monday 29 June

Early works to investigate ground conditions are in sections adjacent to the Bicentennial Bikeway, which may require some temporary reductions in width, however bikeway access will be maintained at all times. 
What to expect

The bikeway will remain open, with the width reduced in some areas while works are underway. Works will include: 

– A drill rig and support vehicles 

– Temporary fencing around the exclusion area 

– Workers in the exclusion area undertaking drilling and test pit works 

– Intermittent noise while drilling occurs. 

Read the full construction notice here

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