Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road and Kruger Road, signalise intersection
Safety improvement works are being undertaken on Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road.
The Queensland Government has committed $4.35 million to signalise the intersection of Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road and Kruger Road with improvements in and around the Carbrook State School.
In addition, the Australian and Queensland governments have committed $19.5 million on an 80:20 basis to undertake safety improvements on Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road at Carbrook and Cornubia. Work is now underway on various road safety improvements with work on intersection upgrades. All work will be completed by late 2021.
- Improves safety
- Improves network efficiency
- Increases car parks
- Contributes to economy
- Increases traffic flow
- Reduces peak hour congestion
- Improves ride quality
Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road and Kruger Road intersection:
- New traffic signals to allow safe turns in and out of the Kruger Road intersection.
- Extended right turn lane into Kruger Road.
- New bus stop and shelter on Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road.
- Additional parking within the school grounds as well as student kiss-n-go zone.
- Upgraded and new footpaths/shared paths.
Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road at Carbrook and Cornubia:
- Improved linemarking/signage.
- Removing roadside hazards between California Creek Road and Mount Cotton Road and installation of pedestrian footpaths in front of the Carbrook State School.
- Removing roadside hazards and upgrading of safety barriers between Mount Cotton Road and Serpentine Creek.
Dedicated right turn lanes to:
- Calvary Christian College and the Wirunya Aged Care and Retirement Village.
- Ferry Road.
- Aquatic Gardens Caravan Park.
- Rocky Passage Road.
The Queensland Government has committed $4.35 million to deliver the project at the intersection of Kruger Road. Investment ID 1244656
The Australian and Queensland governments have committed $19.5 million to deliver safety improvements at various locations along Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road. Investment ID 1700705
- Total investment
- $23.85 million
- Australian Government
- Queensland Government
- $8.25 million
Construction at the Kruger Road intersection started in October 2020 and is due to be completed in August 2021.
A further 4 intersection upgrades with dedicated right turn lanes to started in May 2021 and is due to be completed in late-2021.