Tchanning Creek Bridge replacement

The Tchanning Creek bridge on Roma-Condamine Road will be replaced to deliver heavy vehicle efficiency and improve flood immunity.

Tchanning Creek Bridge was constructed in 1938 and is the last timber bridge on Roma–Condamine Road to be replaced.

The new 2-lane concrete structure will deliver significant improvements to safety by removing narrow points, improving road approaches and traffic flow. The new bridge will better support heavy vehicle movements and improve flood immunity.

Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Increases capacity
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Increases traffic flow
  • Improves flood immunity
  • Reduces maintenance

Key features

  • Traffic will no longer have to stop and give way at the bridge.
  • Improved freight efficiency.
  • Increased structural capacity of the bridge.

Funding

The project is funded through the State Road Network Upgrade.

Total investment
$9.7 million
Queensland Government
$9.7 million

Current status

We are currently preparing to start construction works in January 2021 with construction expected to be complete in October 2021, weather permitting.