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Bruce Highway Action Plan

  • Year: 2013
  • Publisher: Queensland Government Department of Transport and Main Roads
The Bruce Highway Action Plan sets out a detailed program of works which will improve the safety, flood immunity and capacity of the Bruce Highway, over the next 10 years. Proposed projects include: $5.2 billion worth of safety improvements, including wide centre line and shoulder seals, audible edge lines, more overtaking lanes, safety barriers, intersection improvements, verge clearing, improved rest areas and critical maintenance to catch up on the backlog of maintenance on the highway $3.6 billion worth of flood immunity improvements, including raised embankments, culverts, bridges, bypasses, vegetation clearing and flood warning systems $8 billion worth of capacity improvements, including new alignments, extra lanes, intersections, service roads and town bypasses.

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