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Roadworks you may want to avoid

Posted: 8am 16 Dec 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 20, 2020

Bellmere

Partial road closure of Behrens Road between Bells Lane and end of seal for resurfacing. Work due to take one week.

Expected completion December 17, 2020

Burpengary East

Culvert upgrade work expected to take four months on Old Bay Road.

Burpengary/Narangba

Bruce Highway/Deception Bay Road interchange upgrade – Traffic changes, speed reductions, lane or lanes reduced, expect delays, traffic controllers, temporary detours, proceed with caution.

Expected completion January 2023

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

Caboolture

Bribie Island Rd, Bruce Highway on ramp, Pumicestone Rd - major highway upgrade from Caboolture to Steve Irwin Way. Changed traffic conditions, reduced speed night works. Possible delays.

Expected completion March 2023

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

Joyner

Regent Street - road closed between Samsonvale Rd and Oxford St for road rehabilitation. Expected to take 12 weeks.

Expected completion February 2021

Deception Bay

Government Street – Between 34 Government St and Phillip Pde for road resurfacing. Expected to take one week.

Expected competition December 21, 2020

Elimbah

Twin View Road – between 105 Twin View Road and Soldier Road, road resurfacing, likely to take four weeks.

Expected competition mid-January 20212

Morayfield

Visentin Road – road resurfacing entire length of road. Likely to take four weeks.

Expected completion mid-December.

Murrumba Downs

Brays Road – between Moreton Street and bridge over the Bruce Highway. Road upgrades.

Expected completion August 2021

Upper Caboolture

Caboolture River Road – between Gregor Road and MacGinley Road. Road resurfacing, expected to take two weeks.

Expected competition mid-December 2020

Wamuran

Pates Road – between 166 Pates Road and Powell Road. Road resurfacing. One week.

Expected completion December 17, 2020

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