Hilton Terrace asphalt works are on track to be completed tomorrow.
Motorists heading through the area today should allow extra travel time.
Project Coordinator Cody Johnston said Council appreciated motorists’ patience while work was under way.
“The traffic delays of yesterday and today have been longer due to the nature of the work involved in laying the asphalt, but it’s almost over,” he said.
Complicated sections of asphalt work were done at night on Wednesday and Thursday last week, but some work had to be done during the day.
“Night works are significantly more costly for ratepayers, and the noise heavily impacts surrounding residents when the work continues all through the night.
“Hilton Terrace residents have been incredibly patient during the past few months while work has been happening right outside their homes.”
Delays will be much shorter from Thursday.
“This week and next week, contractors will be finalising new traffic islands and linemarking, planting street trees and laying turf.
“Our contractors worked as fast as they could to lay asphalt the full length of Hilton Terrace between the roundabout and the bowls club yesterday.
“The contractors are putting in a massive effort today and tomorrow to complete the asphalt between the roundabout and the bridge.”
The $3M Hilton Terrace upgrade project includes new on-road cycle lanes, construction of a roundabout at the Ernest Street intersection, and completion of the shared path from Noosa Lakes Resort to Tait Duke Community Cottage.
For more information, visit the Tewantin section of Council’s Work in Progress webpage - www.noosa.qld.gov.au/work-in-progress