Safety upgrades for busy Spearwood roundabout

One of Cockburn’s busiest roundabouts at the Spearwood Avenue and Hamilton Road intersection in Spearwood has been made safer thanks to $507,245 from the Federal Government’s Black Spot Program.

Islands have been installed to slow the speed of vehicles entering the roundabout. Other upgrades to the intersection include new street lighting, cyclist and pedestrian path improvements, road resurfacing, drainage, kerbing and a crash barrier on the Spearwood Avenue northbound approach.

The Black Spot Program targets roads with a proven crash history or locations identified as high-risk. Between 2015-2019, 19 crashes were recorded at the roundabout.

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