We are committed to being a good neighbour to those that live, work, play or use community facilities near the project corridor.

To deliver on this commitment we are active in the community, we provide advanced notice about construction activities and our community relations team is available 24/7 on the dedicated project information line (1800 195 308) for any concerns or enquiries.

We also have a number of initiatives underway to give back to the community and create a lasting legacy for the project.

Upcoming works

Here you’ll find details of construction activities within the project corridor.

 Date Location What to expect
9 October 2017 Stretton Construction activities within the project corridor along the Gateway Extension Motorway and Compton Road.
Works notice
19 September 2017 Karawatha Forest, Drewvale An unofficial access route, under the Gateway Extension Motorway, to access the Karawatha Forest, is closed to the public.
Works notice
14 September 2017 Logan Motorway/Wembley Road interchange, Berrinba Construction for the project is well underway, with bulk earthworks and other activities progressing well.
Works notice
Mid-September 2017 Illaweena Street, Stretton Update (7 September 2017): From 8pm, Friday 15 September 2017, the section of Illaweena Street between Gowan Road and the
Stretton Recreational Reserve car park will be closed until 2019.
Works notice
 Early June 2017 Various locations throughout the project corridor Construction activities including, clearing of vegetation and stripping of topsoil and earthworks
Works notice

Construction updates

Construction updates are issued bi-monthly to those residents that live in close proximity to the project corridor. Here you’ll find the notices distributed to-date for the project.

Community engagement

The Logan Enhancement Project is committed to keeping local residents and businesses informed about construction work to minimise impacts to the community. Our dedicated community team is in regular contact through construction updates, doorknocking, email and face to face meetings.

A comprehensive stakeholder and community relations plan is in place for the Logan Enhancement Project. The plan provides information about how Transurban Queensland and CPB Contractors will keep local residents, businesses and motorists informed about planned construction works and traffic changes.

Feedback is always appreciated and we can be reached on the project information line 1800 195 308 or via email