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Mackay Ring Road (Stage 1); 0 - 11.30km

This project is under construction

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Queensland Government

Construct to new sealed two-lane standard. Stage One proposed to construct a two-lane rural highway of approximately 11.3km in length between Stockroute Road and the intersection of the Bruce Highway and Bald Hill Road which will allow traffic to bypass Mackay. The completed Ring Road will address the capacity limitations and accident risks of the existing route and improve the movement of freight traffic. This project will reduce the frequency of hazardous loads travelling through Mackay's city centre and significantly improve the operation of local, regional and national road networks.

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Queensland Government

Duplicate from two to four lanes. Duplicate 3.0km section from two to four lanes between Winton Street and Condamine Street, 4km south east of Dalby. This project will deliver upgrades to the highway, improving freight efficiency and road safety at various intersections and accesses adjacent to industrial and commercial development on the eastern outskirts of Dalby.

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Australian Government

Construct bridge/s and approaches. The Haughton River Bridge project will see construction of a higher level bridge and road approaches to improve flood immunity at the Haughton River. Safety will be further enhanced with the elimination of two at grade rail crossings at the Bruce Highway intersections with Woodstock Giru Road and Hodel Road, south of Haughton. This proposed project will improve flood immunity, safety and network efficiency on this section of the Bruce Highway.

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Australian Government

Construct bridge/s and approaches. On this 5.0kms section, about 4kms 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 5kms section.

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This project involves widening the Pacific Motorway in each direction between Mudgeeraba and Varsity Lakes from four to six lanes, the reconstruction of the Mudgeeraba Creek and Mudgeeraba Creek overflow bridges, entry and exit ramps lengthened to meet the current design standards and the construction of an auxiliary lane northbound between the Robina entry ramp and The Link Way exit ramp.

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Queensland Government

Construct additional lanes - The Mackay Northern Access Upgrade will involve six laning of 2.5km section of the Bruce Highway from Ron Cam Bridge to Davey Street in North Mackay. The upgrade will provide additional turn lanes and extend existing auxiliary lanes to provide additional intersection capacity. The proposed upgrade will reduce congestion and improve safety and efficiency.

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Queensland Government

Kennedy Developmental Road (The Lynd - Hughenden). Scope of the works is: • Progressively seal 42.15 kilometres of high priority unsealed sections between The Lynd and Hughenden.

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Queensland Government

This project will duplicate (widen from two-lanes to four-lanes) approximately 5 kilometres of the Highway between Rockhampton and Gracemere.

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