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Gladstone Port Access Road Extension

Funding Program:Investment Road and Rail Program
Status:Not started
Transport Mode:Road
Expected Start/Finish:TBC - TBC
Estimated Project Cost:$125,000,000
Australian Government Contribution:$100,000,000
Local Council/Shire:Gladstone Regional Council
State:QLD

Project Description

The project involves planning and construction for the extension of the Gladstone Port Access Road from Stage 1 (completed in 2005), including an upgrade of the Glenlyon Street and Port Access Road intersection, and the duplication and upgrade of minor roads.

The project will create an alternative route for heavy vehicles accessing the Port of Gladstone, providing consistent trip times for freight vehicles, a safer environment for all road users and protection of future road corridors. This is consistent with the Australian Government's objective of supporting the freight sector through coordinated and targeted investment.

Benefits

The project will join up with the existing Port Access Road to provide an alternative route for heavy vehicles accessing the Port of Gladstone. The project will also improve road safety for all motorists by alleviating the impact of large vehicles and hazardous goods movements on local roads and general commuter traffic.

Funding

The Australian Government has committed up to $100 million towards the project.

Timetable

The delivery schedule will be determined in consultation with the Queensland Government.

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Project details last updated: 2/04/2019