Well, as near complete as these things get in the ACT.
Mayor Rattenbury is very happy:
“Approximately 650 metres of the city bound carriageway received a new surface and new kerbs and guttering. A bitumen coated polyester grid was used in the resurfacing to help prevent cracks and gaps appearing on the surface of the road, which is often the case with older roads built with a concrete base.
“The pavement upgrade to the city bound carriageway from Burke Crescent to Dawes Street will make the road safer for motorists, cyclists and other road users, and will improve the amenity of the area.
“As well as benefiting motorists, the many cyclists who use this section of road will enjoy a smoother journey on the on-road cycle path.”