Maintaining a high quality network
As a part of our commitment to maintaining the high quality of our roads and infrastructure we are delivering a number of projects across the network.
All construction works are scheduled to minimise traffic disruption to motorists and impacts on neighbours.
Gateway Upgrade North Project
Transurban Queensland has been engaged by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) to assist in delivering the Gateway Upgrade North Project. This includes providing specialist expertise for procurement, design and construction, and post construction phases of the project.
Visit the Gateway Upgrade North project website for more information.
Inner City Bypass upgrade
Transurban Queensland, operator of the go via network has reached in-principle agreement with the Brisbane City Council to deliver the $60 million Inner City Bypass (ICB) Upgrade project.
The upgrade of the ICB includes widening the road to four lanes in each direction between Legacy Way and the RNA tunnel and the installation of new intelligent transport systems, ensuring this critical inner-city road transport corridor remains flowing for years to come.
Under the agreement, Transurban Queensland will finance and project manage the delivery of the design and construction phases, and provide operations, routine maintenance and incident response services once the upgrade is completed.
Visit the Inner City Bypass Upgrade project website for more information.
Logan Enhancement Project
The Queensland Government has approved Transurban Queensland’s $512 million Logan Enhancement Project to proceed to detailed design and construction.
The project includes upgrading parts of the Logan and Gateway Extension motorways, including improving key congestion hot spots and constructing new south-facing ramps at Compton Road. It will deliver a safer and more efficient motorway network by relieving local traffic congestion and reducing travel times.
Visit the Logan Enhancement Project website for more information.
Noise Management Program
In August 2014 Transurban Queensland, operators of the go via network, commenced its five year Noise Management Program. This involves construction of new noise barriers at select locations across the go via network.
A comprehensive stakeholder and community relations plans are in place for all projects, which includes keeping local residents, businesses and motorists informed about planned works.
Visit the traffic updates page for more information about construction and maintenance works taking place on the go via network.