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Statewide highlights

 

$4.666 billion

Investment in the maintenance of the network1

Cone

$1.691 billion

Investment in targeted road safety initiatives2

People

$280 million

Investment in the Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme3

$2.1 billion

Gateway Motorway and Bruce Highway in northern Brisbane4

$1.53 billion

Coomera Connector (Stage 1), Coomera to Nerang5

$600 million

Rollingstock Expansion Project

$500 million

Inland Freight Route, Charters Towers to Mungindi6


Image: Drone shot of the upgraded boating infrastructure at Clump Point in Mission Beach.

1 Represents maintenance activities on road, passenger transport, maritime and cycling infrastructure assets.

2 Represents funding under the Targeted Road Safety Program. Includes notional allocation as part of the Australian Government's Road Safety Program.

3 Represents investment over 4 years (2021-22 to 2024-25) under the Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme.

4 Represents a program of works encompassing the Gateway Motorway (between Bracken Ridge and the Pine River) and the Bruce Highway (between the Gateway Motorway and Dohles Rocks Road interchange, including Dohles Rocks Road northfacing ramps). The program also includes planning for the Gympie Arterial Road (between Strathpine and Gateway Motorway) and a new road along the North South Urban Arterial (NSUA) corridor (between Dohles Rocks Road and Anzac Avenue).

5 Jointly funded by the Queensland Government and Australian Government (including contribution under its Major Project Business Case Fund).

6 Jointly funded by the Queensland Government and Australian Government, noting that the Queensland Government has committed an additional $100 million to this corridor.

Reflects QTRIP 2021-22 to 2024-25 (as at 15 June 2021).