See Council at Work on Interactive Map

Filed under Council, News, Technology - IT - AI ~ by Press on  14 Feb 2019

Newcastle Council (aka: “City of Newcastle (CN)”) has an interactive map on their website to show the latest civil works projects. 

The map gives locations and summariess of the types of large road maintenance activities and major development projects.

It also is a quick summary of the City’s 2018-19 Civil Works Program.

Announcing the map, Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes said the online mapping tool will streamline communication to residents and fastrack important information about projects underway.

Significant projects to be delivered before 30 June, and summarised on the web page, include:

  • $7.1 million to upgrade local bridges
  • $8.2 million for Newcastle’s Smart City program
  • $8.1 million to renew and upgrade the existing storm water network
  • $7.9 million on a solar farm to be built at the Summerhill Waste Centre
  • $5.4 million renewing parks, sporting facilities and open spaces
  • $5.1 million on cultural facilities
  • $2.6 million to increase cycling links around the city

To use the online map, visit http://www.newcastle.nsw.gov.au/Council/News/Projects-Works/Civil-works-update

Map icons are clickable, the legend is accessed by an icon at lower right, and like most online maps it can be repositioned by dragging, and zoomed in and out.



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