Saturday 5 May, 6am – 6pm. Stormwater works. Sippy Downs Drive and Service Road.

Saturday 5 May, 6am – 6pm. Stormwater works. Sippy Downs Drive and Service Road.

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Stormwater works Saturday 5 May, 6am – 6pm (weather permitting)

Map stormwater works

As part of the Sippy Downs Drive Upgrade project a major upgrade to the stormwater network is required. The stormwater pipes cross Sippy Downs Drive.

The stormwater works require large trenches to be dug across Sippy Downs Drive for the installation of new stormwater pipes. For safety reasons temporary changes to traffic conditions will be required during these works.

Partial lane closures will be in place along Sippy Downs Drive and the entrance to the Service Lane will be temporarily closed from 6am – 6pm. During this time the Service Lane will operate as one-way traffic only (east to west).

Entry from Sippy Downs Drive to the Service Lane will be available via the Sippy Downs Drive-High Street U-Turn facility only.

Traffic control and safety barriers will be in place and signage will help to direct motorists.

Intermittent, medium level construction noise is to be expected including the operation of heavy machinery and large vehicle movements including cranes and trucks.

Please take extra care when travelling along Sippy Downs Drive and/or the Service Lane during this time.

Night Road Works. Tomorrow Night. Sippy Downs Drive

Night Road Works. Tomorrow Night. Sippy Downs Drive

Night works Notification

Dear Community Members,

Please be aware that night works are scheduled for this Sunday night, 17 March as part of the Sippy Downs Drive Upgrade project.

The works will take place at the entrance to the Chancellor Park Golf Driving Range, 15 Sippy Downs Drive, from 6pm to midnight.

No changes to traffic conditions along Sippy Downs Drive are expected.

Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

Sippy Downs Drive Upgrade Team – SCC

(Please note the image attached is a stock photo added to facilitate publishing. SDDCW Admin Team)

December Construction Update – Sippy Downs Drive Upgrade Project

December Construction Update – Sippy Downs Drive Upgrade Project

Construction progress remains on schedule for the upgrade to Sippy Downs Drive. The project will result in four lanes of traffic (two each way), two new four way signalised intersections, an upgraded Service Road, new street lighting, new landscaping (including 200 new trees and plants) and public art.

The project’s estimated completion date remains as December 2019, subject to favourable site and weather conditions.

More via PDF Update Download or read on below.

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Department Of Education To Support Safe School Travel Committee At Chancellor State College

Department Of Education To Support Safe School Travel Committee At Chancellor State College

Good morning all,

Please see the attached incoming and outgoing correspondence relating to pickup and drop-off facilities and improvements at Chancellor State College.

Kind regards,

Christian

Safe school travel (SafeST) program

Cartoon image of a school crossing.

The safety of students travelling to and from school is one of the most important issues for school communities. One way this is achieved is by providing the safest possible journey to and from Queensland schools. The Department of Transport and Main Roads supports safe school travel with the SafeST program and resources.

Addressing school safety issues

Establishing a SafeST Committee is the first step in identifying and addressing school safety concerns. The SafeST Committee will develop a school road safety action plan for implementing strategies and solutions.

Ideally an action plan would outline:

  • what the school is planning to do to improve road safety
  • how it expects road safety will improve
  • how the school will monitor and evaluate the success of the plan
  • when it will be done
  • who is responsible for making it happen.

School road safety is a matter that requires whole of community awareness and commitment. Improving the safety of school travel for all children relies on the involvement and engagement of schools (including parents associations), local government and state authorities such as Education Queensland, Queensland Police Service, TMR and TransLink and/or bus operators as required.

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