Cleveland-Redland Bay Road upgrade

TMR is undertaking a $110 million package of works to upgrade Cleveland-Redland Bay Road.

The $110 million package of works includes:

  • already completed works along key sections of Cleveland-Redland Bay Road
  • the upgraded Anita Street intersection
  • duplicating Cleveland-Redland Bay Road from Anita Street to Magnolia Parade
  • safety improvements at various intersections, including Serpentine Creek Road
  • future planning at the Boundary Road roundabout and Cleveland-Redland Bay Road (Anita Street to Giles Road). 

Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Increases capacity
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Increases traffic flow
  • Reduces peak hour congestion
  • Reduces interchange queuing
  • Reduces travel time
  • Better road access

Key features

  • Increasing the capacity through the Anita Street intersection to Magnolia Parade from 2 to 4 lanes.
  • Installing traffic lights and a pedestrian crossing across Cleveland-Redland Bay Road and Anita Street.
  • Active transport improvements.
  • Improved bus stops.
  • Safety improvements at key intersections.
  • Future planning. 

Funding

Cleveland-Redland Bay Road, Anita Street to Magnolia Parade, duplicate to four lanes ($97 million) Investment ID 1244428

Cleveland-Redland Bay Road, various locations, improve intersections ($9.14 million) Investment ID 1510961

Cleveland-Redland Bay Road, planning ($100,000) Investment ID 1884136

Total investment
$110 million
Queensland Government
$110 million

Current status

Anita Street intersection upgrade

Construction started in August 2020 with the traffic signals becoming operational in July 2021.

Cleveland-Redland Bay Road duplication (Anita Street to Magnolia Parade)

Community consultation for the duplication of Anita Street to Magnolia Parade has been completed and the consultation report will be available in the coming months.

Vegetation clearing along Cleveland-Redland Bay Road started in late 2021. This clearing is required so public utilities can be relocated before major construction works begin.

Safety improvement works

Safety upgrades at various intersections including Serpentine Creek Road are scheduled to start in early 2022, weather and construction conditions permitting.

The upgrades will improve traffic flow, reduce congestion and increase safety for all road users.

Project map showing works at 6 sites

Cleveland-Redland Bay Road future planning

A planning study to identify suitable upgrade solutions for the Boundary Road roundabout and Cleveland-Redland Bay Road (Anita Street to Giles Road) corridor started in October 2021.