Monto Mount Perry Road progressive sealing
A combined funding amount of $16 million has been allocated under the Australian Government's Road Safety Program and the State Road Network Upgrades investment program to progressively seal sections of Monto – Mount Perry Road.
The department is sealing around 9.3km of unsealed road, which has been packaged into 3 sections for delivery (Sections A, B and C).
The Queensland Government has allocated $8 million under the State Road Network Upgrades investment program to upgrade parts of the unsealed sections of Monto – Mount Perry Road.
An additional $8 million in joint funding ($6.4 million Australian Government and $1.6 million Queensland Government has been allocated under the Australian Government's Road Safety Program to seal around 4.3km of the unsealed sections.
Construction of the Road Safety Program portion of work commenced in early August 2021, with the department prioritising the sections between Kerwee Road and Eastern Creek (Sections B and C). The work will seal as much of these sections as funding permits. The department will continue to seek funding opportunities to complete remaining unsealed sections.
- Improves safety
- Improves network efficiency
- Contributes to economy
- Contributes to regional growth
- Reduces maintenance
- Improves ride quality
- Pavement widening and bitumen sealing of the unsealed sections.
$8 million jointly funded by the Australian Government ($6.4 million) and Queensland Government ($1.6 million) under the Australian Government's Road Safety Program.
The Monto – Mount Perry Road, progressive sealing package is fully funded by the Queensland Government ($8 million) under the State Road Network Upgrades investment program. Investment ID 1646565
- Total investment
- $16 million
- Australian Government
- $6.4 million
- Queensland Government
- $9.6 million
Construction commenced in early August 2021 on sections between Kerwee Road and Eastern Creek (Sections B and C).
During construction Monto – Mount Perry Road, between the Burnett Highway and Kerwee Road, will be closed to through traffic to enable the work to be completed as safely and efficiently as possible.
A detour for all through traffic will be in place via Kerwee Road and motorists using the detour are advised to allow additional travel time.
Access will be maintained for authorised vehicles only, including residents, under controlled conditions.