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Roadworks to avoid in our region

Posted: 12pm 04 Sep 2020

Here is a list of current and planned roadworks to help make your trips around the Moreton Bay Region a little easier.

Duration and completion dates are estimated due to factors which can impact start, progress and finishing the work.

For more visit:

Transport and Main Roads: www.qldtraffic.qld.gov.au/

Moreton Bay Regional Council: www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/Services/Roads/Roadworks

Bald Hills

Gympie Arterial Rd and Bruce Highway - Work on Gympie Arterial Road and Gateway Arterial Flyover. Lanes reduced, expect delays at busy times. Allow extra time for journey

Expected completion: December 17, 2020

Burpengary East

Old Bay Rd - Culvert upgrade, road partially closed. Work due to take four months.

Expected completion: End of October 2020

Caboolture

Bribie Island Rd/Old Toorbul Point Rd - Signalised intersection upgrade with lanes reduced in both directions. Reduced speed limits, motorists must follow signs. Possible delays.

Expected completion: February 27, 2021

Scarborough Rd - Between 55 Scarborough Rd and Alcock Rd, road resurfacing work, road partially closed. Estimated start date September 8 for three weeks. Partial road closure.

Estimated completion September 29

Smiths Rd – Intersection of Smiths Rd and Del Rosso Rd. Intersection upgrade due to take 8 weeks. Estimated start August 13.

Expected completion Early November 2020

Brown St – Road construction and upgrade between Ardrossan Rd and Elof Rd. Expected to take six months.

Expected completion September 2020.

Caboolture South

Morayfield Rd – Night works, road safety improvements between Caboolture River Rd and Oaklands Dr. Lane or lanes reduced. Delays in busy times.

Expected completion January 2021

Camp Mountain

Mclean Road South – Between Sutton Ct and Lanita Crt, road resurfacing, expected to take 2 weeks. Estimated start date August 25.

Expected completion September 8

Kippa-Ring

Kinyunga St – Between George St and Henzell St. Road resurfacing. Estimated start September 8, expected to take one week.

Expected completion September 15

Mount Glorious

Harland Rd – resurfacing entire length of the road. Expected start September 9 for two weeks.

Estimated completion September 23

Mt Mee

Pedwell Rd – Between 120 Pedwell Rd and Mt Mee Rd, road resurfacing work. Estimated start August 21 for four weeks.

Estimated completion September 18

Neurum

Morrison Road – Road resurfacing work entire length of road. Expected start August 21 for four weeks.

Estimated completion September 18

Drovers Camp Lane – Road resurfacing entire length of road. Estimated start August 21 for two weeks.

Expected competition September 4

Petrie

Reid Street – Resurfacing entire length of road. Estimated start September 8 for one week.

Expected competition September 22

Rue Montaigne – Between Frenches Rd and Vaucluse Cres, road resurfacing work. Estimated start September 1 for one week.

Expected competition September 8

Redcliffe

Ashmole Road – Between Anzac Ave and Porter Street. Road resurfacing work. Estimated start September 1 for one week

Expected completion September 8

Rothwell

Upgrading Deception Bay Rd between Anzac Ave and Morris Rd intersections. Night works. All lanes affected. Expect delays during busy times.

Expected completion: October 30, 2020

Wamuran

Basin Road – Between R Sampson Road and Campbells Pocket Road. Road resurfacing work for three weeks. Estimated start August 21.

Warner

Lilley Rd - Pathway construction at roundabout of Lilley Rd, Kremzow Rd and Ira Buckby Rd. Work due to take five months.

Expected competition: End of October 2020

Woodford

Archer Street - Road rehabilitation work between Margaret St and Kropp Rd. Started early July.

Expected completion: End of October 2020

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