Toowoomba Connection Road, Hursley Road intersection, business case
Planning is underway to improve safety and efficiency at the Toowoomba Connection and Hursley roads intersection.
Feedback is being sought from the community and road users who regularly use this busy intersection.
This section of Toowoomba Connection Road is locally known as Tor Street. Tor Street is the key east-west arterial route through Toowoomba for local traffic and freight, and is approved for use by type 1 road trains.
Planning will assess the current and future transport requirements at the intersection and investigate options to improve safety and efficiency for all road users.
This planning project will deliver a business case for the preferred option in November 2022 and then seek to protect a transport corridor to allow for future upgrades of the intersection.
This is a planning project only, there is no timeframe for construction.
- Improves safety
- Increases capacity
- Increases traffic flow
- Reduces peak hour congestion
- Reduces travel time
- Contributes to economy
- Contributes to regional growth
- Better active transport
- Consult with the community about the intersection.
- Assess the current and future transport requirements.
- Investigate options to improve safety and efficiency.
- Deliver a business case proposing improvements for future funding.
- Protect the transport corridor to allow for future upgrades of the intersection.
The Queensland Government has committed $500,000 through the Transport System Planning Program to develop a business case to improve safety and efficiency at the intersection. Investment ID 1513963
- Total investment
- Queensland Government
We are inviting the community and road users to provide general feedback and share their experiences about the intersection. Online consultation will start in November and close on the 31 December 2021.