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Ichthys Project onshore LNG facilities : Update

Details:

Title

Ichthys Project onshore LNG facilities : Update

Other title

Community bulletin

Creator

JKC Australia LNG Pty Ltd

Collection

Ichthys Project onshore LNG facilities : Update; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Ichthys Project onshore LNG facilities : Update

Date

2015-04-24

Notes

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Language

English

Subject

Ichthys projects; Newsletter; Periodicals

Publisher name

JKC Australia LNG Pty Ltd

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

Ichthys Project onshore LNG facilities : Update

Volume

issue 145

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

JKC Australia LNG Pty Ltd

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2021C00044

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/256297

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/521473

Page content

This week JKC advises transport to and from our sites for the period 25 April 1 May: Project reaches new heights Appropriate dust suppression and street sweeping measures are in place at Bladin Point. All truck rock loads are covered. Noise, dust and road conditions will continue to be monitored. JKC is committed to ensuring the safety of the community and our workers please help us continue to share our roads safely. Bladin Point Forty two road trains daily carrying material from East Arm Port via Berrimah and Wishart roads, Elrundie Avenue, Channel Island and Wickham Point roads to site Ten road trains daily transporting crushed rock from Mt Bundey quarry via the Arnhem and Stuart highways, Jenkins, Channel Island and Wickham Point roads to site Six concrete trucks daily from Channel Island Road quarry to site Ten trucks daily from interstate via Stuart Highway, Jenkins, Channel Island and Wickham Point roads to site Ten trucks daily carrying fill from Howard Springs quarry via Howard Springs Road, Stuart Highway, Jenkins, Channel Island and Wickham Point roads to site Two trucks daily carrying fill from DAC Howard West quarry via Tulagi Road, Stuart Highway, Jenkins, Channel Island and Wickham Point roads to site Up to 16 trucks daily carrying sand from Sunday Creek quarry via the Arnhem and Stuart highways to site Heavy vehicle movements will take place from East Arm Port to Bladin Point via Berrimah Road, Tiger Brennan Drive, Stuart Highway, Jenkins, Channel Island and Wickham Point roads. As required, special traffic controls will be in place Bussing Please note each bus may be used more than once from different locations Twenty-six buses daily carrying workers from Darwin and Palmerston to Bladin Point Fifty buses daily from Manigurr-ma Village to Bladin Point One bus every half hour from Manigurr-ma Village to Darwin International Airport Twenty-nine buses daily from Darwin International Airport parknride to Bladin Point Twenty-nine buses daily from Yarrawonga parknride to Bladin Point Five buses daily from Coolalinga parknride to Bladin Point Parknride Facilities Parknride facilities are currently operational at: Georgina Crescent, Yarrawonga Beresford Road, Yarrawonga Coolalinga (425 Stuart Highway) Palmerston Interchange (temporary, limited) Darwin International Airport: o Charles Eaton Drive o Lancaster Road Manigurr-ma Village Light maintenance works will continue as required within the Village vegetation buffer zone. This work will be carried out by ESS Larrakia staff and will involve weed management and fire break maintenance Alarm testing will occur each Tuesday at 4pm Peak bus times: Monday to Friday from 5am to 7am and 4pm to 6pm Saturday and Sunday from 5am to 7am and 2pm to 4pm


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