Have your say on new highway route

Published 2:00pm 4 December 2023

Have your say on new highway route
Words by Nick Crockford

Public consultation has opened on Stage 4 of the Bruce Highway Western Alternative (BHWA) from Beerburrum to Moodlu.

The northern-most of four sections of the proposed 50km BHWA will run from Beerburrum down to Bald Hills.

It is designed to take traffic off the Bruce Highway and service new growth areas such as Caboolture West, Morayfield South and Pine Valley.

Stage Four information sessions are being held in Wamuran (December 9 and January 16) and Beerburrum (December 12).

The northern section of the proposed route for Stage 4 of the BHWA

The 45-minute sessions will outline corridor options and give those present a chance to meet the project team.

Registration is required. Some sessions are already booked out. Click here for more information.

Feedback can be given on the Transport and Main Roads’ online consultation page, by phone on 1800 955 799 and by email to [email protected].

It can also be submitted in writing and posted to: Bruce Highway Western Alternative, Department of Transport and Main Roads, PO Box 1600, Maroochydore, QLD 4558.

Proposed route of the southern section of the BHWA

TMR says corridor options will be “refined following ongoing technical investigations and in consideration of community feedback”.

Once the preferred alignment for Stage Four has been decided, TMR will says it will prioritise engagement with potentially impacted property owners.

Planning has already been completed for Stages One (Moodlu to Moorina) and Stage Two (from Moorina to Narangba)

Investigations are continuing on Stage Three from Narangba to North Brisbane

Public consultation on Stage Four closes at 5pm on January 22, 2024.

The Bruce Highway Western Alternative will, when complete, be 50kms long.

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