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Monash Road Upgrade, Gladesville

Consultation closed on 24 November 2019

The City of Ryde is proposing to construct kerb and gutter on the eastern side of Monash Road between Higginbotham Road and Kim Street in Gladesville, to improve the stormwater drainage and safety of the road. These works are identified in Council’s 2019/20 Delivery Program.

The works to be undertaken as part of this project are:

  • Construction of kerb and gutter on the eastern side of Monash Road, between Higginbotham Road and #85 Monash Road  
  • Reconstruction of stormwater drainage pit to suit new kerb alignment
  • Reconstruction of affected driveways to suit new kerb alignment
  • Resurfacing of the road surface between Higginbotham Road and Kim Street
  • Line marking, as shown on the concept plan

 To view the plans, click the menu on the right.

Why are the changes being considered?

The works are proposed to improve street drainage and geometric alignment of the road. Construction of kerb and gutter on the eastern side will prevent erosion and direct stormwater runoff from the road surface into the existing drainage system.  

Latest Updates

Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 25 November 2019

Have Your Say on the proposed Monash Road Upgrade is now closed. 

 

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 7 November 2019

Have Your Say on the proposed Monash Road Upgrade is now open. 

Have Your Say

Use the online submission form below to provide feedback on the proposed Monash Road upgrade, Gladesville.

All submissions must be received by Sunday 24 November 2019.

Online Submission

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Contact us

For more information about this proposal please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222.

Last updated on 25 November 2019