Midlands Highway – Epping Forest to Powranna

This project entails upgrading the highway to a 2 + 1 configuration between Belle Vue Road at Epping Forest and Powranna Road at Powranna (approximately 11km). It includes four new P-Turn facilities, the separation of the existing overtaking lanes and the addition of two new locations in each direction (3 in total in each direction)
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LOCATION
Powranna, Tasmania
CLIENT
Department of State Growth
VALUE
A$22m
START
Oct 2017
END
Dec 2018
CAPABILITY
Roads & Bridges, Construction

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