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North Coast

This district covers the Moreton Bay Regional, Noosa Shire, Somerset Regional and Sunshine Coast Regional councils.

The district's boundaries extend along the coast from Noosa in the north to Redcliffe in the south, and from Caboolture to west of Esk.



 

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  • PALMWOODS MONTVILLE ROAD

    PALMWOODS

    Reduced to one lane due to slippage between McDonalds Rd and Montville Road. Traffic signals in place top and bottom of range
    Open (with caution)
    Reduced speed limit (40Km/h).
    Last edited: 03 Aug 2015 16:01
    Next Update: 31 Aug 2015

    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • MAHON ROAD

    COOMINYA


    Closed to all vehicles
    use alternative route.

    Last edited: 16 Jun 2015
    Next update:14 Jun 2016 Information provided by Somerset Regional Council via QIT+

  • OBI OBI ROAD

    OBI OBI

    Subject to a 10 tonne GVM limit
    Observe signage.
    Obi Obi Road, Obi Obi – The downhill section of Obi Obi Road westbound between Mapleton and Kenilworth is open to traffic.
    Last edited: 03 Aug 2015 16:01
    Next Update: 31 Aug 2015

    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

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  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    COOROY

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    Cooroy to Federal (including Black Mountain).
    Commencing: 20 March 2015, at 7:25pm
    Concluding:31 July 2015, at 12:00pm
    Delays expected. Proceed with caution.

    Cudgerie Drive to Sankeys Road
    From 1 March 2015, Bruce Highway traffic diverted onto the new highway lanes between Cudgerie Drive and Black Mountain Range Road, with an 80km/h speed limit in place. The northbound passing lane near Black Mountain Range Road has been partially closed as part of this switch. From April 2015 until late 2015, southbound traffic exiting to Cooroy and Noosa (Exit 230A) is being diverted from the new highway lanes via a side track to Elm Street.

    Cooroy southern interchange to Cudgerie Drive
    Night works will occur on the Bruce Highway between the Bagnalls Road overpass and Elm Street from Sunday 5 July for five nights, weather permitting. Stop/go traffic control will be required between 8pm and 5am. Motorists may experience minor delays.
    The speed limit has been reduced through the Cooroy southern interchange to 70km/h, and just north of the interchange to 80km/h. Motorists may experience minor delays. Traffic changes are in place around the Cooroy southern interchange connection road including single lane closures, signage, traffic controllers and stop-go operations until late 2015. Bridge deck installation for the new Cooroy southern interchange off-ramp has temporarily reduced the clearance height to 5.0m until late 2015.

    From January 2015, northbound highway traffic will share the southbound highway lanes for approximately 1km just south of the Cooroy southern interchange, with single northbound and southbound traffic lanes in operation.

    Vehicles wider than 4m should observe the requirements of their over dimensional permits along this section of the highway. An alternative route is available via the Eumundi exit of the Bruce Highway in the south and Pomona Connection Road in the north. Cooroy can then be reached via the old highway (Eumundi Range Road/Nandroya Road/Myall Street) and Pomona can be reached via Elm Street and Yurol Forest Drive. Please note a maximum 5.0m ground contact width northbound and southbound.

    More details are available on TMR’s Conditions of Operation database at www.tmr.qld.gov.au. Proceed with caution.

    Last edited: 02 Jul 2015 13:29
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • DECEPTION BAY ROAD

    DECEPTION BAY

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) advises that work to improve safety on Deception Bay Road, at the Bruce Highway interchange and Zammit Street intersection.
    Commencing: 22 July 2015, at 7:00am
    Concluding:End of 2015, weather permitting.
    Lane or lanes reduced
    Delays expected. Observe signage.

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) advises that work to improve safety on Deception Bay Road, at the Bruce Highway interchange and Zammit Street intersection, will soon be underway.

    This intersection was identified for upgrade due to the high crash rate at each of these locations. Between January 2008 and July 2013, a total of 53 crashes have occurred at these locations combined. To improve safety at the Bruce Highway interchange, TMR will install two dedicated right-turn lanes from Deception Bay Road to the Bruce Highway south and northbound entry ramps. These works will provide fully-controlled right-turn movements and reconfigure the intersection to accommodate the dual right-turning lanes.

    A series of high visibility LED overhead traffic signal lanterns will also be installed at the Zammit Street intersection to improve visibility for eastbound motorists on Deception Bay Road, as well as providing left and right-turn facilities at the caravan park access just west of the Zammit Street intersection, and minor road widening to improve safety for turning motorists.

    Construction is scheduled to commence Wednesday 22 July 2015 with completion expected at the end of 2015, weather permitting. Work will generally be carried out between 7am and 5pm, Monday to Friday; however, occasional night work may also be required.

    This upgrade will be delivered as part of TMR’s Safer Roads Sooner (SRS) program. The program is a key component of the Queensland Government’s commitment to improving road safety through implementing high benefit, cost effective, road engineering treatments that address known and potential crash locations on the state-controlled road network.

    For further information about this work, please contact the Deception Bay Road works hotline on 1800 502 307.
    Last edited: 20 Jul 2015 16:24
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    KALLANGUR

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise you that work will begin on Monday 23 February 2015 on Stage 2 of the Kallangur Noise Barrier project.
    Commencing: 24 February 2015, at 2:40pm
    Concluding:Mid 2015
    Unknown traffic impact. Traffic control on scene.

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise you that work will begin on Monday 23 February 2015 on Stage 2 of the Kallangur Noise Barrier project.

    TMR completed on-site noise testing along the Bruce Highway between Pine Rivers Bridge and Boundary Road. The results identified that the noise barriers located between Orchid Avenue and Duffield Road to the west of the highway and along the boundary fence of Kerr Road to the east of the highway in Kallangur require upgrading.

    These noise barriers are being upgraded in two stages. Stage 1 of the project was constructed by Downer Mouchel and involved replacing wooden barriers on the western side of the Bruce Highway between Duffield Road and Jillian Street in Kallangur with 3.6 metre high concrete panels. This stage was completed in late 2014.

    The construction contract for Stage 2 has been awarded to Epoca Constructions, and works involve upgrading the existing timber barrier on the western side of the Bruce Highway between Orchid Avenue and Duffield Road to concrete panels, as well as installing a new barrier on the eastern side of the highway behind the existing barrier near Kerr Road.

    Work over the coming weeks will involve the removal of vegetation on either side of the existing barrier to allow for access and a clear and safe project site, followed the removal of the existing barriers and post hole digging and construction for the new barriers. Full construction of the new barriers is expected to be completed by mid-2015, weather permitting.

    Nearby residents may experience some minor construction noise and while works are occurring near their property. The department will endeavour to progress the works as quickly as possible and minimise any inconvenience to these residents.

    For further information about the project, please contact Project Manager Geoff Bates on 5451 7055. Further information about the project can be found at www.tmr.qld.gov.au under projects ‘Kallangur noise barrier project’. For up-to-date information on traffic disruptions please visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.

    Last edited: 24 Feb 2015 14:33
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    NORTH LAKES

    Planned Roadworks Southbound
    Works will commence on the Anzac Avenue southbound on-ramp to the Bruce Highway as part of the Bruce Highway Managed Motorway Project.
    Commencing: 18 September 2014, at 5:45pm
    Concluding:Mid 2015
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.
    Last edited: 03 Aug 2015 16:03
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

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