Almost 9km of the Cramsie – Muttaburra Road is being sealed to improve safety, efficiency and wet weather access for all road users.
Cramsie Muttaburra Road (Section 2) pave and seal
Works are underway to seal another 4km of the road.
The Cramsie-Muttaburra Road is part of a key link that connects central Queensland with northern Queensland and the southern states.
This project is part of ongoing efforts to seal gravel sections of the 115km road.
The works are being delivered at the same time as another project, the Cramsie-Muttaburra Road pave and seal project, which started in late 2020 and is sealing more than 9km of the road.
Together, these projects will seal more than 13km of the road, reducing the amount of unsealed sections to just over 4km.
- Improves safety
- Increases capacity
- Improves network efficiency
- Improves flood immunity
- Reduces travel time
- Contributes to economy
- Contributes to regional growth
- Reduces maintenance
- Seal more than 4km of gravel road to a width of 6m.
- Improves safety.
- Provides additional overtaking opportunities.
- Improves travel times and wet weather access.
- Install and upgrade guide posts, signs and depth guides at floodways.
Jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments on an 80:20 basis. Investment ID 1687713
- Total investment
- $2.34 million
- Australian Government
- $1.872 million
- Queensland Government
Construction began in February 2021 with completion expected in late 2021. Local road crews from Longreach Regional Council are delivering the works.