Moggill Sub-Arterial Road and Brookfield Road (Kenmore) intersection upgrade (Kenmore roundabout)

An upgrade is being planned for the Kenmore roundabout at the intersection of Moggill Road and Brookfield Road in Kenmore. This will include removing the roundabout and signalising the intersection. There is also provision for active transport users, including on-road bicycle lanes and dedicated crossing facilities.

The Kenmore roundabout will be upgraded and signals installed at the intersection of Moggill Road and Brookfield Road to improve traffic flow and safety. The upgrade will also provide safer facilities for people walking and riding with shared pathways and on-road bicycle lanes.

Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Increases traffic flow
  • Reduces peak hour congestion
  • Better road access
  • Better active transport

Key features

  • Upgrading the roundabout by signalising the intersection.
  • New on-road cycle lanes.
  • Installing safer facilities for people walking and riding with shared pathways and signalised crossings.

Funding

Total investment
$25 million
Australian Government
$12.5 million
Queensland Government
$12.5 million

Current status

Community consultation on the proposed design closed 18 April 2021. This feedback is now being collated and analysed for consideration, and to be incorporated into the design where possible. A summary of this feedback will be made available later this year.  

Project map

Moggill Sub-Arterial Road and Brookfield Road (Kenmore) intersection upgrade map