Road Infrastructure Works Schedule
Dubbo Regional Council is responsible for 1,520 km of sealed and 1,356km of unsealed roads. Across these roads Council is responsible for funding, determining priorities and carrying out works. Council maintain all the local and rural roads within the local government area, for more information on Council maintained roads visit our dedicated webpage Road and Footpath Maintenance.
This page will show community members the upcoming works scheduled by Councils Infrastructure and Delivery team.
The works are planned works but are subject to change without notice. Please be mindful of speed restrictions and temporary lane closures while works are underway to keep all road users and workers safe. Adverse weather can delay any scheduled works.
The page will be updated on a fortnightly basis on a Wednesday, following the meeting of the Infrastructure Delivery team.
UPCOMING FORTNIGHT OF WORKS
This fortnight of works 26th September, 2023 to 9th October, 2023, may change without notice due to weather or emergencies.
- Maintenance Grading – Dubbo area - Hennessys Road, Mogriguy Forest Road, Gates Road
- Maintenance Grading – Wellington area – Neurea Road
- Gravel Re-sheeting – Wellington area – Oakey Creek Road, Gillinghall Road
- Gravel Re-sheeting - Dubbo area -
- Construction Work – Wellington area – Saxa Road Heavy Patching (still closed), Burrendong Way Safer Roads Project, Renshaw McGirr Way Safer Roads Project
- Construction Work - Dubbo area - Benolong Bridge approach roads, Henty Drive Construction works, Websdale Drive footpath, Sheraton Road Temporary Surface Treatment
RECENTLY COMPLETED WORKS
In the last fortnight, the following works have been completed:
- Subsoil drainage works, Tamworth Street Dubbo
- Stuart Town Rehab works @ Stuart Town, line-marking completed, open to traffic.
- Burrendong Way Heavy Patching
- Benolong Bridge 15 Tonne limit has been lifted.
FAQs - How do I know if works with have changes to traffic or road closures?
Dubbo Regional Council keep up to date information on all road closures on our website and on the Live Traffic NSW website.
To find out more about road closures and changes visit Council's dedicated webpage; Road Closures
FAQs - Why do emergencies affect the works schedule?
Dubbo Regional Council play a role in natural disaster and emergencies, which means staff can be re-tasked to assist with works that need to occur. Staff working on the roads are usually those same staff that are tasked to emergency situations. As a result of this, works on the scheduled list are placed on hold until the emergency is finalised.
Reporting Damage: Should you wish to report damage on our roads, please visit DRC&Me or contact our Customer Experience Team on 6801 4000.
Last Edited: 27 Sep 2023