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2016-17 Budget: Infrastructure Investments

The Australian Government has committed funding of over $50 billion towards productivity enhancing infrastructure across the country from 2013-14 to 2019-20 and beyond.

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Queensland Government

Bruce Highway six-laning. Staged upgrade of the existing Sunshine Motorway and Caloundra Road section of the Bruce Highway to a six-lane motorway with improved interchanges, service roads and removal of all at-grade intersections. The primary objective of the project is to improve safety however the project will deliver a wide range of benefits to the transport network and community, impacting on economic efficiency and transport user safety.

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Queensland Government

Construct interchange. Construction of a new and higher six-lane bridge over the Bruce Highway, with longer on and off-ramps. The project will also construct a new shared path, improving safety for cyclists and pedestrians. The new interchange will improve safety, ease congestion and increase capacity to cater for future traffic volumes and improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians.

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Queensland Government

Replace bridges and approaches. This project is to replace four existing timber bridges on the Peak Downs Highway between Eton and Nebo. The proposed works will include: - increasing the structural capacity of the bridges to enable a more efficient operation of the heavy transport industry, - increasing the width of the bridges, and - flood immunity works on the bridges as well as the approaches. The benefits being to improve the condition of the bridges, improve safety and travelling efficiency.

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Queensland Government

Current funding is for the planning and detailed design phase of 26 kilometres of the Bruce Highway between Keefton Road and Curra.

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Queensland Government

Cairns Southern Access Corridor Stage Two. Upgrade of approximately 2km of the Bruce Highway between Robert Road and Foster Road to a six lane motorway standard along the southern approaches to Cairns. The project will reduce congestion and improve traffic safety and efficiency along the southern approach to Cairns.

Bruce Highway (Bowen - Ayr)

This project is under construction

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Queensland Government

Upgrade of Sandy Gully Bridge and approaches. Construct a higher-level bridge and road approaches on a new alignment to improve flood immunity at Sandy Gully. The project will improve flood immunity and reduce the risk of crashes on the Bruce Highway at Sandy Gully crossing.

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Queensland Government

Cunningham Arterial Road (Ipswich Motorway) Oxley Road - Suscatand Street

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Queensland Government

Construct bridge/s and approaches. On this 5km section, about 4km suffers from frequent and prolonged flooding every year. In addition to affecting inter-regional freight and passenger trips, this flooding cuts off Ingham from Townsville which is the main industrial and urban centre in North Queensland. Also, Cattle Creek Bridge is very narrow which is a safety issue. Construct a new high-level bridge over Cattle and Frances Creeks and higher flood immunity road along this 5km section. This proposed project will improve flood immunity, safety and network efficiency on this section of the Bruce Highway.

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