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Reid Highway, Perth WA

Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA) has been progressively upgrading sections of the Reid Highway to a dual carriageway to reduce congestion in peak periods. The most recent stage of the upgrade was a 2.2km section between Erindale Road and Duffy Road.

Project Design Brief

The upgrade included improvements to existing intersections, additional lanes and turning lanes, which created minimal shoulder width. Designers needed a compact drainage system as conventional kerb inlet pit and pipe drainage would have meant gully pits protruding into the carriageway.

ACO's Solution

  • KerbDrain QK200SM
  • ACO’s Technical Services team assisted designers with hydraulic performance data of the system, including slot intake capacities


  • KerbDrain transforms kerbs into continuous inlet structures requiring little excavatio
  • The 500mm lengths of KerbDrain made it easy for installers to follow the shape of the turning lanes during installation
Reid Highway, Perth WA

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