This project will widen the 11km stretch of the Bruce Highway from 4 to 6 lanes between Caboolture-Bribie Island Road and Steve Irwin Way (Exit 163). This will include upgrading creek crossings to improve flood immunity at Lagoon, King Johns, Six Mile, Un-named and Beerburrum Creeks.
Caboolture-Bribie Island Road and Regina Avenue, upgrade intersection
Construction is now complete for new traffic signals at the intersection of Caboolture-Bribie Island Road and Regina Avenue to create a safer and more accessible intersection for road users and pedestrians.
New traffic signals at this location have improved safety by providing controlled turning movements for motorists exiting and accessing Regina Avenue. A signalised pedestrian crossing on Caboolture-Bribie Island Road, new lighting and linemarking were also included.
- Improves safety
- Improves network efficiency
- Better road access
- Contributes to economy
- New traffic signals at the Caboolture-Bribie Island Road and Regina Avenue intersection.
- Signalised pedestrian crossing and footpath for safer access between the Ningi Plaza retail precinct and the nearby bus stop on Caboolture-Bribie Island Road.
- Relocating the existing eastbound bus stop a short distance to the east of the intersection.
- New signage, street lighting and linemarking at the intersection.
- A green-painted bicycle lane marked through the intersection to improve active transport.
- Installation of yellow no parking lines to remove some informal on-street parking on Regina Avenue and Caboolture-Bribie Island Road to accommodate the traffic signals and increase storage capacity.
- Road resurfacing along Caboolture-Bribie Island Road at the Regina Avenue intersection.
This project was fully funded by the Queensland Government. Investment ID 1810346 Following the release of QTRIP 2022–23 to 2025–26, an additional $1 million was allocated to the project, bringing the total value to $4 million.
- Total investment
- $4 million
- Queensland Government
- $4 million
Construction is complete.