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Green Camp Road Corridor Upgrade

Funding Program:Investment Road and Rail Program
Status:Not started
Transport Mode:Road
Expected Start/Finish:Early 2018 - Early 2019
Estimated Project Cost:$27,800,000
Australian Government Contribution:$10,000,000

Project Description

The proposed scope of works is to upgrade and extend the dual carriageway on the Green Camp Road corridor from two lanes to four lanes between Rickertt Road and Manly Road in Wakerley. The proposed works include the upgrade of the Green Camp Road/Tilley Road intersection including signalisation and upgrade of the Green Camp Road/Rickertt Road intersection including the extension of the dual carriageway and provision of on-road cycle facilities. The lengths of Green Camp Road, Rickertt Road and Tilley Road proposed to be upgraded are 1.2 km, 350m and 150m respectively.


The project will reduce travel times along Green Camp Road for all road users, enhance the ability for Green Camp Road to fulfil its role as an arterial road in the east Brisbane network through reduced travel times and crashes, improve safety by signalising the Green Camp Road and Tilley Road intersection and by improving the layout of the intersection, improve flood immunity for Green Camp Road, and improve cycling facilities by providing on-road bicycle lanes.


The Australian Government has committed $10 million towards delivery of the project.


Construction is expected to commence in April 2018 and be completed by April 2019.

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Project details last updated: 20/02/2018