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Catch up with a coffee and find out more about the project – Drewvale
5 December 2016
Thank you to the more than 600 individual community members and stakeholders that provided feedback to help shape the $512m Logan Enhancement Project final concept design.
To say thanks, Transurban Queensland is inviting you to find out more about the final concept design over a complimentary coffee.
8am –10am, Saturday 10 December 2016
Macquarie Way Park, 123 Macquarie Way, Drewvale
Drop-in any time to grab a complimentary coffee and chat about the final concept design with members of the project team. No RSVP necessary.
See you there!
Project feedback shapes design changes
23 November 2016
Thank you to the more than 600 stakeholders and community members that provided feedback on the Logan Enhancement Project initial concept design throughout the detailed proposal phase.
The following key changes to the design have been directly shaped by stakeholder and community feedback:
- replacing the uncontrolled right-hand turn from Beaudesert Road southbound to the Logan Motorway westbound with a free-flowing underpass, eliminating the need for traffic signals
- replacing the existing Mt Lindesay Highway northbound to Logan Motorway eastbound cloverleaf ramp arrangement with a free-flowing connecting ramp which removes up to 40% of traffic prior to entering the interchange – this greatly improves the through northern movement along Mt Lindesay Highway / Beaudesert Road.
- extending the scope at Wembley Road to include relocating both the Logan Motorway eastbound and westbound on and off-ramps, replacing the existing bridge over the Logan Motorway and upgrading Wembley Road from Greenfern Drive to Pagewood Street to provide four lanes (two through lanes in each direction)
- providing numerous initiatives that will significantly improve environmental outcomes through the project, including new fauna crossings.
The final concept design will deliver greater benefits than the original concept design, at a minor increase to the original project cost. More detail about the final concept design is available here.
New community complex at Heathwood
23 November 2016
To celebrate the Logan Enhancement Project and to create a lasting legacy for the community, Transurban Queensland will donate up to $2 million to create a community complex adjacent to the Logan Motorway at Heathwood. We will work with various stakeholders, including elected representatives and community groups, to ensure the ultimate use of the site provides the best outcome.
This initiative forms part of Transurban Queensland’s commitment to giving back to the communities in which we operate. More information about this initiative will be available in 2017.
Preferred tenderer announced
23 November 2016
Following a competitive tender process, CPB Contractors has been awarded the contract to take the Logan Enhancement Project into detailed design and construction.
Detailed design will start in early 2017, with construction anticipated to commence in mid-2017 and take approximately two years to complete.
Consortiums shortlisted to tender for Logan Enhancement Project
2 June 2016
Two shortlisted consortiums have been invited to tender for the Logan Enhancement Project, as announced today by the Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk.
This is the next step for Transurban Queensland in developing a detailed project proposal, as part of the state government market led proposal process, for the project to proceed.
Transurban Queensland will now work with the shortlisted consortiums over coming months to critically assess the current concept layout and produce a more detailed design.
Innovation in design is being sought.
One consortium will be selected by Transurban Queensland as the preferred design and construct partner for the Logan Enhancement Project.
The final project proposal will be submitted to state government in late 2016 for approval.
The detailed design will be publicly released for comment prior to submission to government.
The shortlisted consortiums are:
- CPB Contractors Pty Limited
- John Holland Queensland Pty Ltd
Logan Enhancement Project Community newsletter
1 June 2016
Read the latest Logan Enhancement Project Community newsletter.
New proposal set to reduce congestion on the Logan Motorway
28 October 2015
Congestion black spots on the Logan Motorway and Gateway Extension could be eliminated following the Queensland Government’s decision to progress Transurban Queensland’s proposal to deliver vital upgrades.
The proposed $450m project includes upgrades to congested interchanges at Beaudesert Road/Mt Lindesay Highway and Wembley Road, widening parts of the Gateway Extension Motorway and constructing new south-facing ramps at Compton Road.
While the announcement does not commit the parties to the project, Transurban Queensland will now partner with the State Government to develop a final business case, select a preferred contractor as well as undertaking community and stakeholder engagement.
Transurban Queensland Group General Manager Wes Ballantine said the significant infrastructure project would deliver a safer, more efficient motorway and drive jobs and economic growth for Queensland.
“The project proposal includes interchange upgrades at key congestion and crash hot spots on the Logan Motorway, widening parts of the Gateway Extension Motorway and constructing new south-facing ramps at Compton Road,” Mr Ballantine said.
“The project will deliver a safer and more efficient motorway network by relieving local traffic congestion, reducing travel times and enhancing connectivity with other major road networks,” he said.
“The project will generate more than $1.2 billion in economic benefits for Queenslanders and support more than 1,300 jobs throughout the life of the project.”
In just over a decade traffic volumes on the Logan Motorway have doubled with an 800% increase in commercial vehicles, largely due to the strong population and employment growth to the south-west of Brisbane.
“There is a compelling need for action to keep traffic moving in this region and to enhance safety for motorists through better designed roads,” Mr Ballantine said.
“We will work with the Queensland Government to identify and investigate possible funding solutions. The proposal does not envisage any changes to car tolls,” he said.
The proposed scope for the project has been released. The project is expected to be delivered with no private land acquisition, no new land disturbance and with the potential to rehabilitate and give back elements of the existing corridor for community use.
Subject to receiving final government approval, construction is expected to begin in 2016 and be completed by early 2019.