The Hobart City Council recently awarded Statewide Linemarking the contract to install the line marking for new Bike Lanes on Sandy Bay Road in Hobart.
Hobart City Council contracted Statewide Linemarking to install reflective 3M linemarking to one of its busy surburban streets. The high-visibility and reflective directional arrows have improved safety, traffic and visibility. Statewide has been appointed the approved applicator for 3M road Marking Tape in Tasmania.
Directional traffic arrows and linemarking for the major thoroughfare of Davey Street required a repaint and refresh to assist local traffic flow and commuters navigating through the capital city. Statewide Linemarking was contracted to manage and schedule logistics including night works for minimal disruption to peak hour traffic in Hobart.
The $50 million Kingston Bypass project was completed in 2011 in partnership with the Tasmanian Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources (DIER) and VEC Civil Engineering Pty Ltd. Linemarking applications were extensive with more than 2.8 kilometres of new road, overpass, bridges, ramps and roundabouts as part of the major infrastructure project.
The Brighton Bypass was a $176 million investment to upgrade the Midland Highway providing dual carriageway between Bridgewater and Pontville. The project was funded by the Australian Government as a key segment of the Auslink National Network. Statewide Linemarking in conjunction with partner Roadways worked with local firms VEC Civil Engineering Pty Ltd and Hazell Bros to provide the directional and road linemarking solutions.