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Southport–Burleigh Road: Central section – Vespa Crescent to Monaco Street Bridge


Work involves:

  • the creation of a third traffic lane in each direction by removing the on-street parking
  • a shared off-road cycle and pedestrian pathway will also be constructed along most of the eastern side
  • CFI intersection upgrade.

Vespa Crescent in Bundall through to the Monaco Street Bridge in Sorrento.


Late 2017.

South Coast Region

Project info

Bundall Road, Ashmore Road and Salerno Street intersection

The department has designed an innovative solution to address traffic congestion and provide an additional access to Surfers Paradise from the south.

This solution, known as a Continuous Flow Intersection or CFI, will be constructed at the intersection of Bundall Road, Ashmore Road and Salerno Street, allowing vehicles to travel more efficiently through the intersection.

Traditional intersections have right-turning vehicles in the middle of the road, through traffic coming in the opposite direction must wait for these vehicles to turn.

A CFI removes right-turning traffic from the intersection by placing the right-turn lanes to the far right outside edge of the road, increasing the number of vehicles that can travel through the intersection.

Continuous Flow Intersection

Turning right is as easy as 1-2-3

  1. Start by lining up in one of the two right-turn lanes at the Boomerang Crescent intersection when travelling north-bound.
  2. When the right-turn signal turns green, drive across the oncoming traffic lanes (they will be stopped on a red signal) into a newly created lane on the far right side of the road.
  3. You will then be stopped at another signal at the end of the right-hand turn lanes at the Salerno Street entry. Wait for the traffic signal to turn green and proceed to make your right-turn into Salerno Street.

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Monaco Street Bridge to Fremar St - Proposed upgrade

  • Widening from 4 lanes to 6 lanes in both directions
  • Upgrades to pedestrian and bicycle access
  • Upgrades to public transport infrastructure
  • Two new U Turn facilities for both north and southbound traffic

Map of works

Contact details

Phone: 1800 227 561*
Fax: 07 5563 6611
Post: Department of Transport and Main Roads
PO Box 442
Nerang QLD 4211

*Free call from anywhere in Australia. Call charges apply for mobile phones and payphones. Check with your service provider for call costs.

Community info

To register for the SMS and email project update and traffic alert services please contact the project team.

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Last updated
24 August 2017