|Funding Program:||Roads of Strategic Importance
|Expected Start/Finish:||Late 2021 - Early 2022
|Estimated Project Cost:||$9,700,000
|Australian Government Contribution:||$7,760,000
|Local Council/Shire:||Charters Towers Regional Council
The Tennant Creek to Townsville corridor is a key economic freight route that support major industries including mining, agriculture and tourism.
The Tennant Creek to Townsville Corridor Upgrade is delivering targeted upgrades to the Flinders and Barkly highways and surround roads. These National Network links form part of the critical Mount Isa to Townsville Economic Zone, a supply chain linking the mineral and agricultural production area in north west Queensland with the Port of Townsville.
The Project will deliver Wide Centre Line Treatments and associated culvert upgrades along a 1.45 kilometre section of the road in the vicinity of the Mingela Road and Kookaburra Creek.
The Project is expected to improve safety, reliability of the road network, and economic and social outcomes; as well as safeguarding and enhancing freight connectivity.
The Australian Government has committed $7.76 million towards the Project, in partnership with the Queensland Government.
The Project is expected to commence construction in late 2021, and be completed by early 2022, weather permitting.
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Project details last updated: 14/12/2021