Mosman Junction UpgradePosted Monday 06 August 2018
The major upgrade to Mosman Junction is nearing completion, with the final stage now underway.
The first four stages are complete and have involved the provision of two alfresco dining areas, improvements to the roundabout, and the installation of new pedestrian crossings at Middle Head Road , Bradleys Head Road and Prince Albert Street.
All roads adjoining the Mosman Junction intersection have now reopened.
A brief period of nightworks will occur from 6 August to 9 August 2018 to carry out finishing touches such as line marking and cleaning and sealing cobblestones. The works must be conducted after hours to facilitate road closures with minimal disruption and traffic controllers will be in place to allow contraflow. There will be no drilling, hammering or loud machinery.
The fifth and final stage will involve the installation of lighting, furniture and landscaping, with the upgrade works scheduled for completion in late August 2018.
The Mosman Junction Upgrade will create a new pedestrian-friendly area at Mosman Junction, the section also known as Centenary Circle where Prince Albert Street, Middle Head Road and Bradleys Head Road converge. The project will bring outdoor dining spaces and improved pedestrian access to the area to create a safe, functional and vibrant hub.
The project aims to build on the local identity and character of the Mosman Village and responds to community requests for improvements to the Military Road streetscape spanning seven years.