Victoria Point Bypass Planning Study

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has undertaken a planning study to investigate options to reduce congestion around Victoria Point, which includes Cleveland-Redland Bay Road and the unofficial Victoria Point Bypass.

This study included community consultation which was carried out in 2019, and community feedback indicated a preference for upgrading Cleveland-Redland Bay Road.

As a result of the study, the Queensland Government has committed $110 million to upgrade Cleveland-Redland Bay Road including improving the Anita Street intersection and duplicating Cleveland-Redland Bay Road from Anita Street to Magnolia Parade. 

 

Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Increases capacity
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Reduces peak hour congestion
  • Better road access
  • Reduces travel time
  • Increases traffic flow

Key features

  • Investigated an alternative route along Redland City Council roads including Springacre Road, Kingfisher Road, Bunker Road and Double Jump Road.

Funding

The Queensland Government committed $500,000 to undertake a study of the area's road network needs and potential solutions, that support improved road safety and decreased congestion. This includes Cleveland-Redland Bay Road and the unofficial Victoria Point Bypass.

Total investment
$500,000
Queensland Government
$500,000

Current status

Community consultation occurred in early 2019. The study has been completed. As a result, the Queensland Government is investing $110 million to upgrade Cleveland-Redland Bay Road.

Victoria Point Bypass Planning Study area map

Victoria Point Bypass Planning Study area map