Mount Glorious Road and Samford-Mount Glorious Road, improve safety

Construction for safety improvements on Mount Glorious Road started in February 2022. Stage 1 of the project was completed on Samford-Mount Glorious Road in mid-2021.

The project is being delivered as part of the Queensland Government's Targeted Road Safety Program, which aims to improve road safety by implementing high-benefit, cost-effective treatments to address known and potential crash locations.


  • Improves safety

Key features

  • Road resurfacing to provide a safer and smoother surface.
  • Installing safety barrier upgrades with motorcyclist protection rail.
  • Linemarking and signage improvements, including additional road safety and wildlife signs.
  • Minor vegetation trimming and selective vegetation removal to improve sight lines.


This project is fully funded by the Queensland Government. Investment ID 659403

Total investment
$11.3 million
Queensland Government
$11.3 million

Current status

Mount Glorious Road (between Samford-Mount Glorious Road and Wivenhoe-Somerset Road intersections)

Construction started in February 2022 and is anticipated to take approximately 6 months, weather and construction conditions permitting.

Samford-Mount Glorious Road (between Dawson Creek Road and Mount Glorious Road)

Construction for this stage of the project was completed in mid-2021.

Mount Glorious Road design layout

Design layout