Roadwork and Changes to Pedestrian Traffic

Roadwork and Changes to Pedestrian Traffic

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The roadwork that has commenced near the College is part of a $22 million project to improve access to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital. These works will impact on pedestrian movement and will lead to some delays for motor vehicles. Construction will generally be undertaken from Monday to Saturday between 7.00am and 5.00pm.

Temporary changes to pedestrian access are required for the duration of works. The pedestrian facilities on Kawana Way, near the intersection with Kawana Way Link Road, will be closed during daylight hours. Signage and fencing is in place. Pedestrians are required to detour from just north of the Currimundi Creek bridge on Kawana Way and travel east along the existing footpath behind the forested area, before re-joining Creekside Boulevard. A temporary pedestrian crossing has been installed with a refuge between the two lanes of traffic on Creekside Boulevard. Temporary signage has been installed in advance of the crossing to alert motorists to the changed pedestrian facilities. Motorists will also be required to reduce their speed limit to 40kmh. Pedestrian facilities will not be affected during the evenings. This is to ensure lit footpaths remain accessible outside of daylight hours. Pedestrian facilities are expected to return to normal for the start of the 2017 school year, weather and construction conditions permitting.

Please click here to download a map, which outlines these changes. Students and parents are encouraged to familiarise themselves with these changes.