Gateway Upgrade North project—Nudgee to Bracken Ridge
Upgrade of Gateway Motorway between Nudgee and Deagon, with additional pavement and safety works through to Bracken Ridge
Gateway Motorway between Nudgee and Bracken Ridge
To improve traffic safety and efficiency on the motorway
Department of Transport and Main Roads
The Australian Government and Queensland Government have committed funding for the Gateway Motorway Upgrade
- Metropolitan Region
Major construction is now underway on the jointly funded $1.143 billion Gateway Upgrade North project ($914.18 million from the Federal Government and $228.54 million from the State Government on a 80:20 split).
The original Gateway Upgrade North Preferred Plan was released to the public in October 2013. As a result of the tender process, a number of key innovations have been made to improve the Preferred Plan, including:
- upgrading the motorway from four to six lanes between Nudgee and Bracken Ridge
- reconfiguring the Nudgee interchange including a new Nudgee Road overpass and a relocated extended northbound on-ramp
- widening the Deagon Deviation between Depot Road and Bracken Ridge Road to provide two lanes in each direction
- modifications to the Bicentennial Road interchange including extended on and off-ramps
- provision of a grade-separated interchange between the Gateway Motorway and the Deagon Deviation at Deagon.
- construction of an off-road shared pedestrian and cycle path between Nudgee and Bracken Ridge
- installation of variable speed limit signs, variable messaging signs, traffic monitoring cameras and ramp metering
- pavement rehabilitation and safety works from Deagon to Wyampa Road overpass, Bracken Ridge.
For more information about this project including current construction notifications or to sign up to receive information, visit www.gatewayupgradenorth.com.au.
- 2007 to 2011—planning study of Gateway Motorway between Nudgee and the Bruce Highway; community consultation
- 2011—Gateway Motorway North project draft plan released; community consultation about Deagon Deviation options
- 2012 to 2013—development of preferred plan for Gateway Upgrade North
- Late 2013—release of the preferred plan and announcement of joint funding
- Late 2013 to mid-2015—detailed design and procurement of tenderers for major works
- September 2014—start of preliminary works to prepare the site
- Mid-2015—contract awarded for the major works
- February 2016—start of major works construction
- Late 2018—completion and commissioning