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Huntley Road construction site works towards new rail bridge

The construction site off the end of Huntley Road in south Orange is a hive of activity with work under way to build the next stage of the Southern Feeder...Read more


Huntley Road construction site works towards new rail bridge
Huntley Road construction site works towards new rail bridge
The construction site off the end of Huntley Road in south Orange is a hive of activity with work under way to build the next stage of the Southern Feeder road. Road ramps are being built on both sides of the railway line, ahead of work to build a new rail overpass bridge. Here's a quick video update.
Cargo Road is given its final seal
Cargo Road is given its final seal
The end is near! Contractors have been putting the final layer of hot-mix asphalt on Cargo Road this week. And that's it for the road-building part of the project.
Where do pot holes come from? Are they inevitable?
Where do pot holes come from? Are they inevitable?
Members of Orange City Council's road-repairs team talks about why pot holes happen.
Latest section of bypass to be re-surfaced
Latest section of bypass to be re-surfaced
Orange City Council is pressing ahead with plans to re-seal the entire length of the northern bypass road around Orange, NSW. The 2.1 km section of the bypass between the Mitchell Highway and William Maker Driver will be re-surfaced with hot mix.
New surface for Orange's Byng St
New surface for Orange's Byng St
Love the smell of steaming, hot bitumen in the morning? This clip shows one of the stages of work to re-surface part of the road in he western end of Byng Street. The clip shows the bitumen-gravel stage (which water-proofs lower section of the road) before a top layer of hot mix ashphalt is added to complete the job.
First section of bypass to be re-surfaced ~ November 2015
First section of bypass to be re-surfaced ~ November 2015
Orange City Council has begun re-surfacing the northern bypass, in a process expected to take 2 years. The section from the Leeds Parade roundabout to Astill Drive