Tin Can Bay Road, Coondoo Creek, replace bridge
The project involved constructing a raised 3-span concrete structure over Coondoo Creek and new approaches.
The new structure is wider and has been built on a new and improved alignment west of the former timber structure. The original Coondoo Creek Bridge was decommissioned and demolished in November 2020.
- Improves safety
- Improves flood immunity
- Improves network efficiency
- Contributes to economy
- Contributes to regional growth
- Reduces maintenance
- The new bridge improves safety, flood immunity, community connectivity and reduces maintenance costs.
- Traffic will continue using the existing timber bridge while the new bridge is constructed on a new alignment to the west.
- Construction started in June 2019 and formally opened on 18 November 2020.
The Australian Government has contributed $5 million and the Queensland Government has contributed $13 million as outlined in the Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program 2019–20 to 2022–23. Investment ID 9965.
- Total investment
- $18 million
- Australian Government
- $5 million
- Queensland Government
- $13 million
The bridge is now open to traffic.