$18.6m set aside for highways

A total of $18.6 million is earmarked for three road and bypass projects programmed for Busselton in the South West.

The Busselton bypass, involving the construction of an eleven kilometre $11.2 million section of road to bypass the town, will coincide with two other projects to combine work in the area.

These projects include the dualling of the eastern approach to the town from the Sabina River to the town at a cost of $4.5 million and the dualling of the Bussell Highway from Dolphin Road, currently the end of the four lane stretch, to the Caves Road intersection which is estimated to cost $2.85 million.

However, this 4.5km section is remote from the bypass and could be done as a separate contract.

Funds are programmed for construction to take place over two financial years with completion in the 2000/01 financial year.

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