Bruce Highway—Benaraby to Calliope River safety works
We are undertaking safety works on the Bruce Highway between Benaraby and Calliope River, including an overtaking lane extension to the north of Benaraby.
The project was identified as part of a program of works to reduce the number of fatal and serious injury crashes on the Bruce Highway, Queensland's major north-south freight and commuter corridor. Safety improvements include widening to provide wide centre-line treatment, key intersection upgrades, installation of safety barriers and upgrade and replacement of drainage structures, at locations along a 30km section of the highway.
An extension of the overtaking lane north of Benaraby is part of the safety works between Benaraby and Calliope.
- Improves safety
- Increases capacity
- Improves network efficiency
- Increases traffic flow
- Contributes to regional growth
We are delivering safety works on the Bruce Highway between Benaraby and Calliope River. This will include:
- wide centre line treatment
- safer roadside treatments
- town entry treatment (Benaraby Township)
- safety widening
- an overtaking lane extension north of Benaraby.
The Benaraby to Calliope River safety works is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland governments. An overtaking lane extension north of Benaraby is funded by the Australian Government.
- Total investment
- $46.1 million
- Australian Government
- $37.6 million
- Queensland Government
- $8.5 million
We are currently undertaking construction works.
CMC was awarded the construction contract in March 2019.