- Funding program Roads of Strategic Importance
- Status In planning
- Transport mode Road
- Expected start/finish Mid 2024 - Mid 2028
- Estimated project cost $25,000,000
- Australian Government contribution $20,000,000
- Local Council/Shire Rockhampton Regional Council
- State QLD
This project will provide various progressive upgrades for the Glenroy Road, near Rockhampton, including pavement sealing and widening and a new bridge at the Fitzroy River crossing. The road varies in condition, from unsealed to dual lane, and the crossing at Fitzroy River is currently single lane, in poor condition, with minimal flood immunity.
Led by Rockhampton Regional Council, this project will improve safety, access and flood immunity and reduce road closures. As Glenroy Road is important for servicing agricultural developments along the corridor, improving its useability will also support current and developing industry.
This project is funded under the Mount Isa to Rockhampton corridor under the Roads of Strategic Importance initiative. It will support freight movements, regional growth and connectivity, and improve safety for all road users.
Improved road safety for all road users, reduced congestion and improve travel times and improved connectivity between people with jobs and services, and goods with markets.
Total funding of $25 million (Australian Government contribution $20 million, Queensland Government contribution $5 million).
This project is expected to commence construction in mid-2024 and be completed by mid-2028.
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