We will upgrade the section of the Mount Lindesay Highway between Stoney Camp Road and Chambers Flat Road at Munruben which is part of the Mount Lindesay Highway Upgrade Program.Detailed design
Road Stimulus Packages
Accelerated funding has been allocated through the following Road Stimulus Packages to increase investment in roads and transport infrastructure as part of The Queensland Economic Recovery Strategy.
Roads of Strategic Importance early works package
Together with the Australian Government, we are improving Queensland's inland freight corridors by investing $185 million across 22 projects. The Roads of Strategic Importance early works package projects are jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments.
These projects will help the freight and logistic industry move essential goods throughout Queensland more efficiently while protecting the safety of all road users.
Project works include:
- sealing roads
- building overtaking lanes to improve road safety
- upgrade to intersections
- heavy vehicle breakdown pads.
View details of all jointly-funded Roads of Strategic Importance early works package projects.
Queensland Government $400 million road stimulus package
The Queensland Government is investing $400 million across 42 projects to help supercharge the Queensland economy and improve road safety.
Project works include:
- intersection upgrades
- widening of roads
- sealing key freight routes
- upgrade to older bridge and culverts.
View details of all Queensland Government funded Road Stimulus package projects.
Jointly-funded Australian Government $415 million road stimulus package
Together with the Australian Government, we are fast-tracking infrastructure upgrades by investing $415 million across 38 projects. These projects are jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments.
These infrastructure upgrades will help improve congestion on some of Queensland's busiest roads, increase productive and improve safety for all road users.
Infrastructure upgrades include:
- bridge and culvert upgrades
- upgrade to floodways
- widening of roads
- sealing of roads.
View details of all jointly-funded Australian Government stimulus package projects.
Jointly-funded $2.1 billion stimulus package
In addition to the $415 million package previously announced, the Queensland Government is partnering with the Australian Government to invest a further $2.1 billion towards infrastructure projects in Queensland, including:
- $1.5 billion for the Coomera Connector Stage 1 (Coomera to Nerang)
- $248 million for the Beams Road level crossing, including the Carseldine park'n'ride upgrade
- $224 million for the Centenary Bridge Stage 1 Upgrade
- $95 million for the Riverway Drive Stage 2 (Allambie Lane - Dunlop Street)
- $53 million for the Mt Lindesay Highway - Johanna Street to South Street
- $20 million for the M1 Pacific Motorway Upgrade Program - Exit 45
- $4 million for the Currumbin Creek Road-Bienvenue Drive Intersection Upgrade.
- Contributes to economy
- Contributes to regional growth
- Improves safety
- Reduces peak hour congestion
- Improves flood immunity
- Better road access
19 Projects in Road Stimulus Packages
We are undertaking a business case for the Beaudesert Road and Illaweena Street intersection upgrade project, Calamvale/Parkinson.
We are designing safety improvements at the intersection of Beaudesert–Nerang Road and Oxenford–Coomera Gorge Road (Maudsland Road) at Mount Nathan.
We are currently undertaking the development phase, including survey and detailed design, for traffic signal installation at the Caloundra Road and Ridgewood Road intersection, Little Mountain.
We are delivering pavement widening works along a 3km section of the Carnarvon Highway approximately 33km east of St George.
The Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative will deliver targeted upgrades to the Carnarvon Highway and surrounding roads.
We undertook a planning study to determine what improvements can be undertaken to improve road safety and performance.
We are sealing almost 9km of the Cramsie-Muttaburra Road to improve safety, efficiency and wet weather access for all road users.
Detailed design is underway to improve safety along the D'Aguilar Highway between Sandy Creek and Kilcoy to reduce the risk of crashes.
We are replacing the ageing timber Roundstone Creek Bridge on the Dawson Highway to increase safety, reliability, capacity and improve flood immunity.
We would like to advise that following a structural inspection of the Gateway Motorway flyover at Gympie Arterial Road, Bald Hills (see map below), it was identified that strengthening works were required on the flyover structure.
The Lawrie Street Upgrade project will deliver an upgrade of Lawrie Street, Gracemere from 2 to 4 lanes, between the McLaughlin Street intersection with the Capricorn Highway and John Street/Russell Street intersection in Gracemere.
We are upgrading the pedestrian crossings at the intersection of Gold Coast Highway and Toolona Street, Tugun.
We will be upgrading Howard Creek Causeway (approximately 11km from Oxenford) on Tamborine–Oxenford Road at Wongawallan to provide a safer road alignment, with increased flood immunity.
We are delivering the progressive sealing of Kennedy Developmental Road, The Lynd to Hughenden.
Safety upgrades to more than 31km of the Kennedy Highway between Kuranda and Mareeba will be made.
We will upgrade the section of the Mount Lindesay Highway between Stoney Camp Road and Chambers Flat Road at Munruben which is part of the Mount Lindesay Highway Upgrade Program.
We are progressively sealing 2 of the 4 unsealed sections on the Burke Developmental Road, between Almaden and Chillagoe, as part of the $100 million Northern Australia Beef Roads Program.
We are delivering safety upgrades on the Peak Downs Highway as part of the Targeted Road Safety Works Program.
The Rockhampton-Yeppoon Road is a regional road linking the Capricorn Coast, including tourist locations, such as Great Keppel Island to Rockhampton and beyond.