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Key facts



Area covered by location1


Population of Queensland1


Other state-controlled road network


National Land Transport Network2


National rail network

Program Highlights

Our top investments included:

  • $1 billion Gateway Motorway Bracken Ridge to Pine River funding commitment (jointly funded with the Australian Government). This commitment covers 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 north-facing ramps (Northern Connections)). The program also includes planning for the Gympie Arterial Road (between Strathpine Road and Gateway Motorway) and planning for a new road along the North South Urban Arterial corridor (known as Moreton Connector) between Dohles Rocks Road and Anzac Avenue
  • $450 million funding commitment for Brisbane Metro Woolloongabba Station (jointly funded by the Queensland Government, Australian Government and Brisbane City Council), with project details subject to further planning
  • $244 million Centenary Bridge Upgrade (jointly funded with the Australian Government)
  • $209.3 million Beams Road (Carseldine and Fitzgibbon) rail level crossing upgrade (jointly funded by the Queensland Government, Australian Government and Brisbane City Council)
  • $206 million funding for Boundary Road (Coopers Plains) rail level crossing (jointly funded with the Australian Government). Project cost, timing and funding arrangements subject to further planning and negotiations with Brisbane City Council and Australian Government Project (in line with its 2022 Federal Election commitment)
  • $125 million Linkfield Road Overpass upgrade (jointly funded with the Australian Government)

Investments (interactive)

You can view the list of investments for the Metropolitan area via the QTRIP interactive tool or in the QTRIP PDF


Metropolitan District

Image: Park ‘n’ Ride, Springfield Central train station, Sir Llew Edwards Drive. Multi-storey carpark at night.

1 Data source: Queensland Government Statistician's Office (Queensland Treasury), Queensland Regional Profiles., retrieved 9 March 2022

2 The detailed mapping data related to the National Land Transport Network (NLTN) Determination 2020 was not available at the time of publication. National Land Transport Network data and maps included assumed relevant state-controlled roads as at 1 July 2020.

Reflects QTRIP 2022–23 to 2025–26.