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Gladstone-Benaraby Road: Dalrymple Drive to Bruce Highway intersection


The Queensland Government is investing $20.4 million through the High Risk Roads Program, to improve road safety in Central Queensland. The funding will support construction of a range of safety treatments on Gladstone-Benaraby Road and the roundabout approaches at Philip Street and Glenlyon Road.


Gladstone-Benaraby Road between Dalrymple Drive and the Bruce Highway intersection, and the Glenlyon Road/Philip Street roundabout in Central Queensland.


May 2021.


The $20.4 million investment will result in improved driver safety aimed at reducing the number and severity of road accidents on Gladstone-Benaraby Road.


$20.4 million (Queensland Government).

Project info

Gladstone-Benaraby Road traverses urban, industrial and rural areas and provides an important local connection for commuter, industrial and recreational traffic to and from Gladstone. 

Through the High Risk Roads Program, The Queensland Government has invested $20.4 million to deliver 14km of wide centre-line treatment on Gladstone-Benaraby Road, remove safety hazards from within the road corridor to improve visibility and sight distance, and realign the Rifle Range Road intersection to improve safety for road users.

It will also include works around property accesses within the project extent to ensure traffic can safely travel around turning vehicles, and resurfacing of the Philip Street and Glenlyon Road roundabout approaches.

The implementation of these road safety treatments will provide a consistent customer experience that meets driver and community expectation. 

An average of 66 direct jobs will be supported over the life of the project. 

Gladstone-Benaraby Road: Dalrymple Drive to Bruce Highway intersection

Last updated
05 December 2018