Site investigations – Albury 15 July to 10 October 2024

We plan to undertake site investigations within and adjacent to the rail corridor in Albury and surrounds from 15 July 2024 to 10 October 2024. These investigations are to identify and locate utilities and does not mean approval has been given for major construction to begin on the Albury to Illabo section.

Snapshot

Date

15 July 2024 - 10 October 2024

Working hours
  • 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday
  • 8am to 1pm Saturdays
Location

Multiple locations

Town
  • Albury
Local Government Area
  • Albury City

Work being done

  • Utilities investigations involving potholing and use of a vacuum truck
  • Geotechnical investigations using a drill rig.

The investigations will involve boreholes and other groundworks and may sometimes be noisy.

What can I expect?

  • Survey and testing equipment operating will be on-site within and outside the rail corridor during the hours noted above
  • Some of these works may be noisy. You may hear truck engines and engine noise from machines such as the drill rig used to make the boreholes
  • Use of non-tonal reversing alarms on all equipment and turning off equipment when not in use
  • Instructing workers to keep noise to a minimum and being respectful of our neighbours.

Vehicle movements

  • During the works, vehicle movements will be limited to moving equipment on and off the sites. The impact to local traffic will be low.
  • Traffic controllers will be available to direct traffic where needed.

Potential temporary traffic changes

During this work, there may be potential traffic changes, including:

  • Potential temporary traffic control in Albury at Kenilworth Street (between Hume Highway and Hanel Street)
  • Potential temporary traffic control in Albury at Railway Place (between Atkins Street and Smollett Street)
  • Potential temporary traffic control in Albury at Wilson Street (between Young Street and Hume Highway) and Young Street.

Machinery used

Equipment used for work includes but is not limited to hand tools, excavators, water carts, vacuum trucks, elevated work platform, track machines, drill rigs, heavy and light vehicles.

How we're managing impacts

  • Traffic controls will be in place, where required.
  • Works programmed to best minimize noise impacts.
  • Works will be monitored to ensure compliance with Project Approval Conditions.

Contact

Phone: 1800 732 761

Email: inlandrailnsw@artc.com.au

Post: GPO Box 14, Sydney NSW 2001

 

Thank you for your patience and cooperation while we carry out these works.

Locations of works

 

Albury Railway Station and pedestrian bridge
Tabletop rail yard
Billy Hughes bridge
Murray River bridge

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