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Traffic changes and disruptions on our Perth campus

July, 2019

As we enter a significant long-term construction period across multiple sites within the Exchange precinct at the northern end of our campus, there will unfortunately be disruptions to pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles.

We will do our best to provide 1-2 weeks notice of changes or disruptions via Student Oasis, Curtin Weekly and Curtin Campus Updates on Facebook, in addition to on-site signage. Please keep an eye out, share information with anyone you think may be impacted, and take care. We appreciate your patience during this time and apologise for any inconvenience.

Upcoming impacts are as follows:

Closure of Koorliny Way

From Monday 5 August the western portion of Koorliny Way will be closed to enable construction works associated with our new School of Design and the Built Environment (shown in image below).

Koorliny Way will be closed for the duration of construction, which is anticipated to be complete in 2021.

What was formerly known as Jackson Avenue will be reopened as an alternate route to access the multi-deck carpark (PE1, PE2, PE3).

Impacts to Pedestrians

In addition to impacts caused by the closure of Koorliny Way, there will also be changed pedestrian conditions on the western and southern sides of the multi-deck carpark (PE1, PE2, PE3) from Thursday 1 August (shown in image below). Please take care and follow on-site signage.

Temporary Carpark & Path Closures

As shown below, staged closures within the multi-deck carpark (PE1, PE2, PE3) will be required to enable the creation of improved pedestrian routes and the construction of an access ramp through the carpark.

Stage one closure will occur from Thursday 1 to Thursday 15 August.

Stage two closure will occur from Thursday 15 to Saturday 31 August.

The next period of change will commence from Monday 26 August, please check Student Oasis, Curtin Weekly or Curtin Campus Updates on Facebook for more information closer to the time.

Once again, thank you for your patience and support.

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