Bunbury Bypass / Bunbury Inner Ring Road
|Length||4.94 km (3.1 mi)|
Robertson Drive, also known as the Bunbury Bypass, 4.9-kilometre-long (3.0 mi) road in Bunbury, Western Australia. It forms a partial ring road around Bunbury, allowing highway traffic to bypass the city centre. The road connects four highway routes that radiate out Bunbury: Forrest Highway to the north, South Western Highway north-eastbound and south-east bound, and Bussell Highway to the south. A dual carriageway along the route was completed in 1992.Bunbury Ring Road, or Bunbury Inner Ring Road, is a
Bunbury is a coastal city in the Australian state of Western Australia, approximately 175 kilometres (109 mi) south of the state capital, Perth. It is the state's third-largest city, with a population just behind that of Mandurah.
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Forrest Highway is a 95-kilometre-long (59 mi) highway in Western Australia's Peel and South West regions, extending Perth's Kwinana Freeway from east of Mandurah down to Bunbury. Old Coast Road was the original Mandurah–Bunbury route, dating back to the 1840s. Part of that road, and the Australind Bypass around Australind and Eaton, were subsumed by Forrest Highway. The highway begins at Kwinana Freeway's southern terminus in Ravenswood, continues around the Peel Inlet to Lake Clifton, and heads south to finish at Bunbury's Eelup Roundabout. There are a number of at-grade intersections with minor roads in the shires of Murray, Waroona, and Harvey including Greenlands Road and Old Bunbury Road, both of which connect to South Western Highway near Pinjarra.
The northern terminus of the highway is at the Eelup Roundabout, a large, traffic light controlled roundabout that distributes traffic to Koombana Drive, Sandridge Road, Robertson Drive and Forrest Highway. Traffic coming from Forrest Highway has a slip lane that allows free flowing of traffic onto Robertson Drive, whereas the southbound Forrest Highway traffic must proceed through 2 sets of traffic lights. After the roundabout, the road continues South as an 80 km/hr zone. There is a traffic light controlled intersection with Picton Road and South Western Highway (Northern Section, which proceeds as State Route 20), from which the road becomes a 70 km/hr zone. The road crosses over the Australind railway line and then descends into the Bunbury Industrial Area, with a major traffic light controlled intersection with South Western Highway (Southern Section, which proceeds as National Route 1) and Brittain Road. The road continues south, now an 80 km/hr zone, followed by a sharp turn towards the west, meeting an intersection with Sommerville Drive. Following the Sommerville Intersection, there is access provided to TAFE, the ECU Campus and the Hospitals. The roads southern terminus is with Bussell Highway at a roundabout with Bussell Highway gaining the State Route 10 marker in the southerly direction.
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Bussell Highway is a generally north-south highway in the South West of Western Australia. The highway links the city of Bunbury with the town of Augusta and is approximately 140 kilometres (87 mi) in length. The highway is signed State Route 10, except in Busselton where the construction of the Busselton Bypass in 2000 resulted in this stretch being changed to Alternate State Route 10 with the Bypass signed State Route 10.
Robertson Drive is controlled by Main Roads Western Australia,which internally designates it as Highway H57 Forrest Highway (north of South Western Highway), H9 South Western Highway (for the central section), and H43 Bussell Highway (south of South Western Highway).
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