Councils register of roads is available here
Road Naming Notices
Council has 930.765 kilometres of road network, as follows:
Sealed – Built Up
Sealed - Non Built Up
Formed - Built Up
Formed - Non Built Up
District Council of Barunga West Rack Plan 967 –
Patrol Grading is carried out throughout the year on Council’s road network.
Council previously had three (3) contractors to patrol grade its roads. This process ceased at the end of June 2017. Council roads are now Patrol Graded “in-house” in accordance with the road categories.
The grader is working six days a week, 6.00am to 6.30pm Sunday to Friday, commencing on Category 2 roads and progressing from there to Category 3 and Category 4 & 5 roads.
Council staff complete construction and re-sheeting of roads as scheduled within the current budget.
Roads are constantly monitored by Staff and Elected Members, areas of concern dealt with in the most appropriate manner taking into consideration priority, finance and proximity of plant.
Any concerns relating to Council roads can be reported to Council through various means:
- Written Letter
- Submit a Customer Request through Council’s websiteor request a Customer Request at either the Port Broughton or Bute Council offices during normal business hours or via telephone
- Email Council at: email@example.com
Reporting road hazards on DPTI – (The Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure) roads:
You should report any hazards that present a risk to the safety of road users.
Hazards may include:
- debris on the road (eg. a fallen tree, gravel, glass)
- the need for road maintenance
- damaged safety railing or guardrails
- an animal causing a traffic hazard on a roadway.
Reporting a hazard:
- Make a note of the hazard’s location.
- If possible, identify a landmark that will make the location easy to find.
Report the hazard to the Traffic Management Centre. Phone: 1800 018 313 or go the DPTI website: http://www.sa.gov.au/topics/transport-travel-and-motoring/motoring/roads-and-traffic/reporting-road-hazards/reporting-road-hazards
Infrastructure – Roads Assessment Methodology
Council’s Infrastructure – Roads Assessment Methodology has been formulated to provide priority data for Council’s road network. This methodology helps provide a framework to assess which roads are scheduled for Capital Works and assists in the formulation of current and future budgets.
Traffic Count Data Reports
2016 January - Fisherman Bay(118 kb)