Work continues on Iron Cove Bridge in November
30 October 2012
Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) will continue steel and repair work on Iron Cove Bridge this month as part of the $2.25 million Iron Cove Bridge safety barrier installation project.
“RMS will install traffic safety barriers, complete minor steel repairs to the underside of the shared path, paint handrails, and carry out spot painting to prevent rust,” an RMS spokesperson said.
“RMS will carry out weekday work between 7am to 6pm and night work from Sunday to Thursday between
9pm and 5am.
”So far 60 percent of the traffic barriers have been installed on the city bound side of the bridge.
“Every effort will be made to minimise noise associated with this work and when flood lights are used light will be directed away from nearby residences.
“The footpath on the bridge will remain closed and pedestrians and cyclists will be redirected to the shared path on the new Iron Cove Bridge for safety reasons.
“Motorists are advised to drive with caution, follow all signs and allow extra travel time,” the spokesperson said.
For further information contact 0422 432 058 during planned work hours or email email@example.com, or visit rms.nsw.gov.au/roadprojects.