The upgrade of two of Wagga Wagga's busiest roads is now complete.
A total of 1.4 kilometres of road including the two roundabouts outside of Bunnings was upgraded as part of the $5.6 million project.
Works included the milling out of existing pavement, putting in a thick layer of asphalt pavement and overlaying a continuous asphaltic concrete wearing layer along the length of Dobney Avenue and Pearson Street and roundabouts.
The upgrade has improved the roads to deliver a better ride quality and safety for motorists and cyclists. The roads now cater for Higher Mass Loading limits which is important given the commercial movement along these routes and within this precinct.
This project was funded by the Australian Government in association with the NSW Government and Wagga Wagga City Council.