|Funding Programme:||Investment Road and Rail Programme
|Estimated Project Cost:||$490,000,000
|Australian Government Contribution:||$245,000,000
|Local Council/Shire:||Logan City Council
|Corridor:||Sydney - Brisbane
The Australian and Queensland governments are jointly funding the $490 million Pacific Motorway Upgrade between the Gateway and Logan Motorways.
The Gateway to Logan upgrade involves three separate projects on the Pacific Motorway:
These projects will involve additional lanes, bus ways, interchange upgrades and form part of the Pacific Motorway Transit Program.
As part of the Pacific Motorway Transit Program, Pacific Motorway Upgrade - Gateway to Logan is designed to improve safety, transport efficiency and reduce congestion. The works will enhance the motorway's dual roe as an important interstate corridor and a commuter traffic route and help meet the transport needs of south east Queensland for the next 30 years.
The Australian and Queensland governments have each committed $455 million, a total of $910 million, towards upgrading the Pacific Motorway between the Gateway Motorway and Tugun. Of this $910 million, the Pacific Motorway Upgrade, Gateway to Logan has been allocated $490 million. The Australian Government has committed $245 million towards the three projects in partnership with the Queensland Government.
Refer to individual project pages for construction timetables.
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Project details last updated: 29/04/2016