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Waterford–Tamborine Road Intersection upgrade

Overview:

The Department of Transport and Main Roads is partnering with Economic Development Queensland to deliver a $48 million upgrade of Waterford–Tamborine Road from Logan Village to Yarrabilba. The upgrade will improve traffic flow and safety for all road users.

Location:

Waterford—Tamborine Road between Anzac Avenue and Hotz Road and North Street at Logan Village.

Benefits:
These works will provide a number of benefits including reduced travel times and safety for motorists, cater for future traffic growth by providing improved public and active transport facilities.
Funding:

$40 million of funding has been made available through Economic Development Queensland (EDQ).

$8 million of funding State Government funding.

Regions:
South Coast Region

Project info

This major arterial road, which connects Logan to the Gold Coast hinterland, currently carries 14,000 vehicles per day. The project will provide long-term benefits to the community by increasing the road network capacity and improving traffic flow to accommodate predicted traffic volumes.

The upgrade from Hotz Road to Anzac Avenue was completed in September 2018. This program of work upgraded the 4 intersections located on Waterford—Tamborine Road between Anzac Avenue and Hotz Road, Logan Village in addition to widening the existing 2.6km stretch of road along this section of Waterford—Tamborine Road from 1 to 2 traffic lanes in each direction. A centre median separates northbound and southbound traffic lanes.

Preliminary works started in February 2019 for the installation of traffic lights at the intersection of North Street at Logan Village.

Major construction will commence by March 2019 and is expected to be complete by the last quarter of 2019.

Community info

Keeping informed

To keep up-to-date subscribe to the free SMS or email traffic alert services. For more information:

Phone: 1300 311 253*
Email: waterfordtamborineroad@tmr.qld.gov.au
Web: www.tmr.qld.gov.au/projects
www.QLDtraffic.qld.gov.au (for traffic and travel updates)

Last updated
15 March 2019