Standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am–7pm, and any out-of-hours works are indicated below. All works will follow approved noise and traffic management plans, and every effort will be made to minimise impacts. For questions about project works, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the 24/7 Infoline on 9326 3666.
There may be an increase in lighting, dust, noise and vibration during the upcoming out-of-hours works:
- to mobilise the gantry cranes on site from 10pm – 7am, Monday 11 to Friday 22 December
- to relocate services at Rutland Avenue between Wakefield Road and Welshpool Road, and on Bank Street 7pm - 5am, Monday 11 to Friday 15 December. Traffic management will be in place where required.
to complete road modifications at Mint/Archer streets for waterpipe relocation works, including installation of fixed bollards and barriers, from Monday 4 December to Monday 11 December.
- to undertake piling works south of Mint/Archer Street from Monday 4 December to Friday 15 December, with early starts and weekend works as required.
There may be an increase in dust, noise and vibration during piling works to build the foundations for elevated rail, north and south of Mint Street in Carlisle from Monday 4 December 2023 to late February 2024.
For more information on piling, please see the Piling Factsheet.
Waterpipe Relocation (until January 2024)
Road closures on Bank Street in East Victoria Park (between Dane and Mint streets) and Rutland Avenue in Carlisle (between Wakefield and Archer streets).
The closure is to facilitate the relocation of waterpipes and will be in place from Monday 11 December 2023 to Wednesday, 31 January 2024.
Power line relocation (until late-2023)
There will be an increase in dust, noise and vibration due to road works from late-November to late-December as part of the underground cabling works along Beatty Avenue, Swansea, Withnell and Somerset streets in East Victoria Park.
Traffic management will be in place during underground cabling and road resurfacing works. Temporary fencing will be installed along a section of John Bissett Reserve for use as a laydown area.
Pedestrian access maps
Traffic management will be in place when required to facilitate works near the intersection.