Tilley Road to reopen in time for Christmas

Tilley Road to reopen in time for Christmas

Council's $28M Green Camp Road corridor upgrade continues to move ahead with Tilley Road set to reopen from next week. The upgrade reached a new milestone in November, with the concrete culverts used to drain water underneath Tilley Road, now in place. The project is on track for completion in 2019.

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Belmont Rd, Wynnum Rd & Manly Rd Intersection Upgrade completed

Belmont Rd, Wynnum Rd & Manly Rd Intersection Upgrade completed

I’m pleased to advise that Council has now delivered congestion busting projects on Belmont Road at this intersection to reduce traffic congestion and enhance road safety.

Prior to the upgrade, traffic congestion was often experienced northbound on Belmont Road approaching the intersection of Wynnum Road and Manly Road, especially during the peak periods.

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Tilley Road to close as corridor upgrade begins

Tilley Road to close as corridor upgrade begins

Later this year, Tilley Road will be closed (temporarily) to allow for this exciting new upgrade ot take shape.

A temporary full-time closure of the section of Tilley Road adjacent to the Green Camp Road intersection will be in place for approximately three months.

As such, Tilley Road will shortly be closed (temporarily) to allow for this exciting new upgrade to take shape.

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Murarrie Rd & Wynnum Rd set to be signalised

Murarrie Rd & Wynnum Rd set to be signalised

Brisbane City Council is planning to upgrade the intersection of Wynnum Road and Murarrie Road at Tingalpa to improve traffic efficiency and safety, and cater for existing and future traffic demands at this intersection.

This project is part of Council’s $1.3 billion commitment to take real action on congestion, by focusing on a range of solutions to improve the existing road network, getting residents home more quickly and safely.

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Traffic Survey results are in for Tingalpa's "rat run"

Traffic Survey results are in for Tingalpa's "rat run"

In 2014, Council acted on local resident's feedback to remove 50% of the traffic calming platforms on Thurston and Castlerea Streets, to improve traffic flows and reduce the impact on bus services.

While feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, I did want to ensure that we had an opportunity to review the traffic counts after the revised traffic calming had been in operation for some time.

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