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Projects — C

  • Caboolture Connection Road Route Safety Strategy

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads is undertaking a $7.5 million route strategy to improve safety along sections of Caboolture Connection Road (Lower King Street and King Street) between the Bruce Highway and D’Aguilar Highway.

  • Caboolture to Maroochydore Corridor Study

    Study which proposes a passenger rail service branching off the North Coast railway line at Beerwah, extending through Caloundra to Maroochydore.

  • Cairns Bruce Highway Upgrade master plan

    The Cairns Bruce Highway Upgrade master plan was released in 2010. It was the result of a planning study that investigated long term, multi-modal transport planning options to address the impacts of urban growth, congestion and traffic accidents.

  • Cairns Transit Network

    The Cairns Transit Network is the first busway planning project of its kind in regional Queensland. It will improve public transport in Cairns by giving buses priority, either in separate bus lanes or on dedicated bus-only lanes (busways) which will be separated from general traffic.

  • Cairns Western Arterial Road – Harley Street Intersection Upgrade

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads is upgrading the Cairns Western Arterial Road between Kamerunga Road and Stoney Creek Road, including the Harley Street intersection at Kamerunga.

  • Caloundra Road and Ridgewood Road safety investigations

    Investigations have been carried out into the feasibility of traffic signals at the Caloundra Road and Ridgewood Road intersection, Little Mountain.

  • Caloundra Road/Nicklin Way/Pelican Waters Boulevard roundabout metering signals

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has undertaken a $1 million project to install roundabout metering signals at Caloundra Road, Nicklin Way and Pelican Waters Boulevard intersection.

  • Cannon Hill station park 'n' ride

    We are upgrading the park ‘n’ ride at Cannon Hill station.

  • Cape York Region Package

    The Cape York Region Package is a 5-year $276 million program of works (2014-15 to 2018-19) jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments to upgrade critical infrastructure on Cape York Peninsula.

  • Capricorn Highway—Rockhampton to Gracemere Duplication

    The $74.99 million commitment to 4-lane the Capricorn Highway between Rockhampton and Gracemere will provide increased capacity and reduced travel times for commuter traffic.

  • Capricorn Highway: Valentine Creek Bridge replacement

    The Capricorn Highway is Central Queensland’s principal east-west freight corridor and part of Australia’s national Key Freight route network.

  • Captain Cook Highway - Smithfield Bypass Project

    This project will construct a new 3.8km long road between McGregor Road roundabout and the Cairns Western Arterial Road (CWAR) and Captain Cook Highway (CCH) roundabout as an alternative route to the Captain Cook Highway.

  • Carnarvon Highway Upgrade Program

    The Carnarvon Highway Upgrade Program (CHUP) will see widening works take place on various sections of the highway between St George and Surat and Injune and Rolleston.

  • Clermont-Alpha Road progressive sealing

    This project progressively paved and sealed about 17km of the Clermont-Alpha Road, over multiple locations between Clermont and Alpha.

  • CoastConnect: Caloundra to Maroochydore Quality Bus Corridor

    An initiative to improve sustainable transport options and manage the pressures of population growth on Sunshine Coast roads.

  • Coomera Connector

    A footprint has been declared for a future state-controlled north-south corridor between Loganholme and Nerang east of the Pacific Motorway (M1).

  • Coomera to Helensvale duplication project

    The Coomera to Helensvale Duplication Project will duplicate the final section of single track on the Gold Coast train line, between Coomera and Helensvale stations.

  • Coondoo Creek Bridge on Tin Can Bay Road

    The project involves constructing a raised 3-span concrete bridge structure over Coondoo Creek and new approaches. The new structure will be wider and built on a new and improved alignment to the west of the existing timber structure.

  • Cooroy intersection improvements

    The department has identified preferred options for future improvements to the intersections of Diamond and Elm Streets; and Myall and Elm Streets in Cooroy.

  • Cooroy-Noosa Road planning study

    A planning study is being undertaken along Cooroy-Noosa Road to determine what improvements may be considered in the future to improve road safety and performance.

  • Cross River Rail

    The Queensland Government is moving ahead with planning to reduce congestion on south-east Queensland’s rail network.

  • Cunningham Highway/Amberley Intersection upgrade

    The department has developed a concept plan for the upgrade of the Cunningham Highway between Yamanto and Amberley.

Last updated
18 July 2019