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Mount Isa urban intersection upgrades

Overview:

Upgrade of 9 intersections on the Barkly Highway in Mount Isa.

Location:

Barkly Highway in the Mount Isa urban area - from Abel Smith Parade intersection to Camooweal Street intersection.

Benefits:

This project within Mount Isa City will help to improve the safety for all road users, meet current design standards, improve the safety and efficiency for freight movements, and improve urban amenity and connectivity.

Funding:

The $8.3 million project is jointly funded by the Australian Government (80%) and the Queensland Government (20%).

Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program 2019–20 to 2022–23.

Regions:
North Queensland Region - North West District

Project info

Construction works started in March 2019 to upgrade 9 intersections along the Barkly Highway, between Abel Smith Parade and Camooweal Street intersections to address safety and traffic performance issues.

This urban section of the Barkly Highway in Mount Isa has a poor crash history with a high proportion of incidents occurring at intersections. The project will improve the safety for all road users and flow of traffic at the intersections.

The works are expected to be complete in August 2019, weather and construction conditions permitting. 

This project is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments under the Northern Australia Roads Program (NARP).

Contact details

Email: cloncurry.office@tmr.qld.gov.au
Phone: 07 4769 3200
Last updated
06 September 2019