Program highlights and maps

Statewide highlights

$4.943 billion

Investment in the maintenance of the network1

$1.497 billion

Investment in targeted road safety initiatives2

$280 million

Investment in the Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme3

$2.1 billion

Gateway Motorway and Bruce Highway in northern Brisbane4

$2.163 billion

Coomera Connector (Stage 1), Coomera to Nerang

$1 billion

Inland Freight Route, Charters Towers to Mungindi5

$2.598 million

Logan and Gold Coast Faster Rail (Kuraby to Beenleigh)

Program Highlights

  • $2.598 billion Logan and Gold Coast Faster Rail (Kuraby to Beenleigh) upgrade (jointly funded with the Australian Government)
  • $1 billion funding commitment towards upgrades of the Inland Freight Route (Charters Towers to Mungindi) (jointly funded with the Australian Government). Project details and timing subject to negotiation with Australian Government.
  • $600 million Queensland Train Manufacturing Program which forms part of the $7.1 billion to boost Queensland’s train manufacturing industry and build and operate 65 trains subject to the outcomes of the competitive procurement process
  • $544.5 million for the Warrego Highway (jointly funded with the Australian Government). Project details and timing subject to further planning and negotiation with the Australian Government. The Queensland Governments initial priority is upgrading the Mount Crosby Road interchange.
  • $374.1 million New Generation Rollingstock, European Train Control System fitment, install new signalling

Image: Yarrabah Jetty, design and construction.


1 Represents maintenance activities on road, passenger transport, maritime and cycling infrastructure assets.

2 Represents funding under the Targeted Road Safety Program. Includes notional allocation as part of the Australian Government's Road Safety Program.

3 Represents investment over 4 years (2022-23 to 2025-26) under the Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme.

4 This commitment covers a program of works encompassing the Gateway Motorway (between Bracken Ridge and the Pine River) and the Bruce Highway (between the Gateway Motorway and Dohles Rocks Road interchange, including Dohles Rocks Road north-facing ramps (Northern Connections)). The program also includes planning for the Gympie Arterial Road (between Strathpine Road and Gateway Motorway) and planning for a new road along the North South Urban Arterial corridor (known as Moreton Connector) between Dohles Rocks Road and Anzac Avenue.

5 Jointly funded by the Queensland Government and Australian Government. Project details and timing subject to negotiation with the Australian Government. 

Reflects QTRIP 2022–23 to 2025–26.