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North Coast

This district covers the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay and Somerset regional council areas.

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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  • MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE

    MINDEN


    Closed to all vehicles
    use alternative route.

    Last edited: 26 Jun 2014 Information provided by Somerset Regional Council via QIT+

  • MAHON ROAD

    COOMINYA


    Closed to all vehicles
    use alternative route.

    Last edited: 26 Jun 2014 Information provided by Somerset Regional Council via QIT+

  • ROCKY GULLY ROAD

    COOMINYA


    Open (with caution)
    proceed with caution.

    Last edited: 11 Jul 2014 Information provided by Somerset Regional Council via QIT+

  • KENILWORTH BROOLOO ROAD

    KENILWORTH

    Closed from 3 March to estimated 20 September
    Closed to all vehicles
    Use alternative route.
    Medium sized slip below road. Road reconstruction work Diversions via Eumundi Kenilworth Road Tuchekoi Road
    Last edited: 29 Jul 2014 11:38
    Next Update: 20 Sept 2014

    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • 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: 29 Jul 2014 11:47
    Next Update: 01 Aug 2014

    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • KIN KIN ROAD

    KIN KIN

    Open (with caution)
    Proceed with caution.
    Kin Kin Road, Kin Kin. One lane closed near Turnbull Road near top of range. Temporary traffic signals are in place. Reduced speed limit. Short delays expected. Observe signage. Reconstruction works to start in 2014
    Last edited: 03 Jul 2014 12:02
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • KIN KIN ROAD

    KIN KIN

    Open (with caution)
    Proceed with caution.
    Temporary traffic signals in place between Main Street Kin Kin and Murrays Road Kin Kin
    Last edited: 03 Jul 2014 12:01
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  • ESK HAMPTON ROAD

    ESK

    Open (with caution)
    Observe signage.
    Last edited: 09 Jul 2014 13:41
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  • MALENY MONTVILLE ROAD

    BALMORAL RIDGE

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    At Gerrard’s Lookout point south of Montville and near Benecke Road, approximately 2km north of Balmoral Ridge.
    Commencing: 19 May, at 12:00am
    Concluding:30 September, at 12:01am
    Short delays expected. Observe signage.
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is undertaking reconstruction works on Maleny-Montville Road to repair damage sustained during the extreme weather event in early 2013.

    From 19 May 2014, road reconstruction work will be carried out at two sites located:

    • at Gerrard’s Lookout point south of Montville

    • near Benecke Road, approximately 2km north of Balmoral
    Ridge


    The work should be completed by late September 2014, weather permitting.

    The reconstruction work involves slope stabilisation, rock filling, pavement and drainage works. Works will generally be carried out between 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday. Some work may be required on Saturdays.

    A single lane operation under traffic control will be in place for the duration of the work on Maleny-Montville Road to enable the embankment stabilisation works to be carried out safely and efficiently. Short delays for motorists can be expected.

    Access to private properties and Gerrard’s Lookout point will be maintained at all times.

    Variable Message Signs are located in both directions to advise motorists of changes to traffic conditions and any restrictions.

    For up-to-date information on traffic conditions please visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.

    If you would like further information about the project, please contact the project team on 1800 459 366 or via email on norc_reconstruct@tmr.qld.gov.au

    Last edited: 12 May 2014 18:46
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    BELLS CREEK

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    Construction of a new interchange on the Bruce Highway at Roys Road and Bells Creek Road, Beerwah. Reduced speed limit of 80km/h is in place in the roadworks area. Motorists may experience some minor delays. Work is expected to be complete by mid-2015. .
    Commencing: 09 July, at 1:34pm
    Concluding:30 June, at 12:00am
    Short delays expected. Reduced speed limit (80km/h).
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) advises that work to place bridge decks onto the new bridge over the Bruce Highway, as part of the Bells Creek Road/Roys Road interchange project, is scheduled to start on 18 July 2014 and be completed by 24 July 2014, weather and construction conditions permitting.

    To minimise traffic disruptions, works will be carried out on specific nights between 8pm and 5am. For safe and efficient traffic management, lane closures and reduced speed limits will be in place on the Bruce Highway. Variable message signs and traffic controllers will direct motorists to the appropriate lanes during these works.

    TMR apologises for any inconvenience this work may cause and thanks local residents, businesses and road users for their continued patience while the upgrade is underway.

    More information about the interchange upgrade is available on TMR’s website at www.tmr.qld.gov.au by searching ‘Bruce Highway interchange at Roys Road and Bells Creek Road’. If you require further information, please call the North Coast District Maroochydore Office on 5451 7055 or email northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au.

    Last edited: 21 Jul 2014 13:52
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  • DAVID LOW WAY

    BLI BLI

    Planned Roadworks All directions
    McDonald Road and David Low Bridge, Bli Bli .
    Commencing: 23 July, at 1:50pm
    Concluding:03 August, at 6:00am
    Short delays expected. Proceed with caution.
    Pavement resurfacing works will be undertaken on David Low Way between McDonald Road and David Low Bridge, Bli Bli from 27 July to 3 August 2014, weather permitting.
    Works will generally be carried out from 6pm to 6am, Sunday to Saturday.
    For the safety of roadworkers and motorists, changed traffic conditions including traffic control devices and speed reductions will be in place.





    Last edited: 23 Jul 2014 13:51
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  • MOOLOOLABA ROAD

    BUDERIM

    Planned Roadworks All directions
    Roadworks on Mooloolaba road between Foote Avenue and Buderim Pines Drive. Lane closures and reduced speed limits may apply. Motorists may experience some minor delays.
    Work is expected to be complete by late 2014.
    Commencing: 24 December, at 6:01pm
    Concluding:31 December, at 12:00am
    Short delays expected. Proceed with caution.
    Foote Avenue intersection closed from 16 July until approximately mid September.
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise you of the temporary closure of Foote Avenue-Mooloolaba Road intersection in Buderim, as part of the $10.4 Mooloolaba Road safety improvement project between Foote Avenue and Buderim Pines Drive. The Foote Avenue intersection with Mooloolaba Road will be closed to all traffic, 24 hours a day until early September 2014, weather permitting, to undertake drainage, electrical and pavement work. Access to Foote Avenue will still be available from Eckersley Avenue. Once road works are complete, the final intersection layout at Foote Avenue will be altered to remove right turns in and out. A dedicated right turning lane was recently added to the Eckersley Avenue intersection with Mooloolaba Road providing improved access. Traffic controllers, reduced speed limits and signage is in place to safeguard road users, roadworkers and adjacent residents.
    More information about the safety improvements is available on TMR’s website at www.tmr.qld.gov.au by searching 'Mooloolaba Road’. If you require further information, please call the North Coast District Maroochydore Office on 5451 7055 or email northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au.

    Last edited: 18 Jul 2014 08:44
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  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    COOCHIN CREEK

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    Coochin Road between Bells Creek Road and Roys Road.
    Commencing: 11 March, at 1:13pm
    Concluding:30 June, at 12:00am
    Short delays expected. Traffic control on scene.
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to inform you of upcoming works on Coochin Road at Coochin Creek, as part of the new interchange upgrade on the Bruce Highway at the Roys Road and Bells Creek Road intersections.

    The works involve resurfacing Coochin Road between Bells Creek Road and Roys Road. Coochin Road will be temporarily closed to vehicles, with signage in place to advise motorists of alternate routes. Residential access via Bells Creek Road and Roys Road will be maintained during these works.

    Works are scheduled to start in mid-March 2014 and will take approximately four weeks to complete, weather and construction conditions permitting. Works will be carried out Monday to Saturday between 6.30am and 5pm. Roadwork signage and traffic control will be in place to safeguard motorists and road workers. Nearby residents and businesses may experience some minor noise during the work hours. TMR apologises for any inconvenience this work may cause and thanks residents, businesses and road users for their patience.

    Further information about the interchange upgrade, including a layout, is available on TMR’s website at www.tmr.qld.gov.au by searching ‘Bruce Highway interchange at Roys Road and Bells Creek Road’.

    If you require further information, please call the North Coast office in Maroochydore on 5451 7055 or email northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au.
    Last edited: 14 Jul 2014 13:55
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  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    COOROY

    Planned Roadworks All directions
    Commencing: 18 February, at 12:34pm
    Concluding:31 July, at 12:00am
    Short delays expected. Proceed with caution.
    COOROY TO FEDERAL (INCLUDING BLACK MOUNTAIN)
    Planned Roadworks All directions

    Commencing: 24 December, at 12:00am
    Concluding:28 February, at 12:00am
    Short delays expected. Proceed with caution.
    Bruce Highway, Cooroy to Federal (including Black Mountain)
    On-going roadworks between Cooroy southern interchange in Cooroy and Sankeys Road in Federal for the Bruce Highway Upgrade (Cooroy to Curra), Section A project. Current roadworks include:
    • The Bruce Highway will close for short periods at night between Gardners Road and Pioneer Road over the coming months, weather permitting. These temporary closures are required for safety reasons. Both the north and southbound highway lanes will close for periods of up to five minutes between 7pm and 5am, Sunday to Thursday, so the following works can occur (weather permitting):
    • Vegetation clearing work at a large hill right next to the western side of the existing highway just south of Gardners Road on Sunday, 6 July 2014.
    • Earthworks to remove dirt from the large hill following the vegetation clearing work. These night works will occur on-and-off over a couple of months (when required) from Monday, 7 July 2014.
    • Delivery of bridge girders and cranes to the construction site for the Skyring Creek/Gardners Road overpass via the existing highway and Gardners Road. Deliveries will occur on-and off for approximately four nights at the end of July 2014, and will also require the temporary closure of a small section of Gardners Road. Another round of intermittent deliveries for the overpass is expected to occur from late August 2014, weather permitting.

    • From mid July 2014, night works will occur on the Bruce Highway between the Cooroy southern interchange and Cudgerie Drive to install roadside barriers next to the northbound lane; and reduce the speed limit through the Cooroy southern interchange to 70km/h and just north of the interchange to 80km/h. One of the northbound highway lanes will also be dropped around 1km south of the interchange. Other night works will include surveying, temporary line marking, asphalting and installing construction signage as well as the removal of the median at the Cooroy southern interchange in preparation for bridgeworks. Weather permitting, night works will be carried out intermittently over two months between Sunday and Thursday, from 7pm to 6am. Motorists should expect delays of up to five minutes. Drive carefully.

    • Temporary closures of the Bruce Highway between Black Mountain and just south of Gardners Road for blasting from 24 March 2014 until late 2014, weather permitting. Sections of Gardners Road, Black Mountain Range Road, Uhlmanns Road,Pomona Connection Road, Pioneer Road and Timbara Road may also be temporarily closed. Motorists may experience delays of up to five minutes during the blasts. Please follow the instructions of traffic controllers, police and road signs.

    During the period February 2014 to February 2017, all vehicles wider than 4m will need to stop opposing traffic. 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. More details are available on the department’s Conditions of Operation database at www.tmr.qld.gov.au. Proceed with caution.
    • Temporary closures of the Bruce Highway between Black Mountain and just south of Gardners Road for blasting from 24 March 2014 until late 2014, weather permitting. Sections of Gardners Road, Black Mountain Range Road, Uhlmanns Road, Pomona Connection Road, Pioneer Road and Timbara Road may also be temporarily closed. Motorists may experience delays of up to five minutes during the blasts. Please follow the instructions of traffic controllers, police and road signs.

    During the period February 2014 to February 2017, all vehicles wider than 4m will need to stop opposing traffic. 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. More details are available on the department’s Conditions of Operation database at www.tmr.qld.gov.au. Proceed with caution


    Last edited: 02 Jul 2014 12:22
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  • PUMICESTONE ROAD

    ELIMBAH

    Planned Roadworks All directions
    Pumicestone Road (east of the realigned Rutters Road on the eastern side of the Bruce Highway) closed as from 23 July 2014 for approximately three weeks..
    Commencing: 21 July, at 12:15pm
    Concluding:31 August, at 5:00am
    Short delays expected. Changed traffic conditions.
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to inform you of upcoming changes to the local road network as part of the Pumicestone Road Interchange upgrade project.
    Pumicestone Road (east of the realigned Rutters Road on the eastern side of the Bruce Highway) will be closed on Wednesday 23 July 2014 for approximately three weeks, weather and construction conditions permitting. To maintain east-west connectivity, traffic will be diverted around the work area via Old Toorbul Point Road (adjacent to the Bruce Highway) and the realigned section of Old Toorbul Point Road (along the state forest boundary), which will open mid-July. Variable messages signs (VMS) and traffic management will be in place to direct motorists around the culvert works on Pumicestone Road. Motorists are encouraged to drive to the changed traffic conditions and obey signs and traffic controller directions at all times.

    For up-to-date information on traffic disruptions, please phone 13 19 40 or visit www.131940.com.au.

    Last edited: 21 Jul 2014 12:17
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  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    ELIMBAH

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    Upgrade works Bruce Highway interchange with Pumicestone Road, Elimbah. Reduced speed limit of 80km/h is in place in roadworks area. Motorists may experience some minor delays. Work expected to be complete by late 2014. .
    Commencing: 24 December, at 8:00am
    Concluding:31 December, at 12:00am
    Short delays expected. Reduced speed limit (80km/h).
    Roadworks associated with upgrade of the interchange require a temporary width restriction of 3.2m on the northbound off-ramp. Any excess dimension load needing to travel through the site should contact site representative Paul Burgoyne (0415 520 364) to make arrangements at least 24 hours prior.
    Old Toorbul Point Road access to Pumicestone Road (adjacent to the Bruce Highway) has been realigned further to the east along the state forest boundary. The realigned section will open to traffic on Thursday 10 July 2014, weather and construction conditions permitting.

    As part of the upgrade of the entry ramp to the Bruce Highway southbound, the section of Old Toorbul Point Road adjacent to the highway will eventually be closed to a cul-de-sac for local traffic only. While the existing intersection with Pumicestone Road will remain open at present, access to these properties on Old Toorbul Point Road will also be available via the realigned section of road. Traffic management will be in place to direct motorists to the new intersection on Pumicestone Road. Motorists are encouraged to drive to the changed traffic conditions and obey signs and traffic controller directions at all times. Information about traffic disruptions will also be available from the 13 19 40 traffic report line and www.131940.qld.gov.au

    Last edited: 03 Jul 2014 06:06
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • KILCOY MURGON ROAD

    JIMNA

    Planned Roadworks All directions
    Road repairs, will be carried out on three sections of road approximately 6km, 12km and 13km north of Kilcoy.Works will be carried out between 7am and 6pm from Monday to Friday. Some works may be undertaken on Saturdays.
    .
    Commencing: 14 April, at 7:00am
    Concluding:30 September, at 6:00pm
    Short delays expected. Changed traffic conditions.
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads is undertaking reconstruction works on Kilcoy-Murgon Road at Sheep Station Creek to repair damage and will be carried out on three sections of road approximately 6km, 12km and 13km north of Kilcoy. Crews will complete one site at a time to reduce the delays for motorists and impacts on residents. The project is expected to be completed by the end of September, weather permitting.

    Traffic arrangements
    Works will be carried out between 7am and 6pm from Monday to Friday. Some works may be undertaken on Saturdays.
    Each site will operate as a single lane under traffic control while reconstruction work is underway. The road will be open to two lanes throughout the Easter long weekend.
    Reduced speed limits will apply through the work sites for the safety of roadworkers and all road users.
    Signage will be in both directions to advise motorists of changes to traffic conditions and any restrictions.
    Motorists may experience delays.

    If you would like further information about the project, please contact the project team on 1800 459 366 or via email on norc_reconstruct@tmr.qld.gov.au.

    Last edited: 11 Apr 2014 14:57
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  • ANZAC AVENUE

    MANGO HILL

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    Lane closure Anzac Avenue between Cecily Street and Bruce Highway off ramp re girder installation for Moreton Bay Rail Project.
    Commencing: 18 August 2014, at 8:00pm
    Concluding:21 August 2014, at 4:30am
    Unknown traffic impact. Changed traffic conditions.
    18 August 2014. Anzac Avenue between Cecily Street and the Bruce Highway off ramp will have lane closure regarding implementation of detour for Brays Road during girder installation as part of Moreton Bay Rail Project between 8pm and 4.30am. Will continue to 21 August 2014.
    Last edited: 30 Jul 2014 13:21
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  • MOUNT GLORIOUS ROAD

    MOUNT GLORIOUS

    Planned Roadworks Northbound
    Works will be carried out on a section of road about 6.8km north of Mount Glorious..
    Commencing: 07 July, at 7:00am
    Concluding:31 December, at 6:00pm
    Short delays expected. Observe signage.
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads would like to advise you about reconstruction work to be undertaken on Mount Glorious Road to repair damaged sustained in the natural disaster events of early 2013.

    The work will start in the week commencing 7 July 2014 and will be carried out on a section of road about 6.8km north of Mount Glorious. The work involves embankment stabilisation and road surface repairs and it is expected to be completed by late December 2014, weather permitting.

    Works will be carried out between 7am and 6pm from Monday to Friday and some Saturday work may be required. The site will operate as a single lane under traffic control when reconstruction work is underway and motorists may experience short delays.

    We would like to thank all road users for their patience during this work.

    A project factsheet is attached. For further information about the project, the project team can be contacted on 1800 459 366 or by email on reconstruct_northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au.

    Last edited: 03 Jul 2014 15:00
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  • MOUNT MEE ROAD

    MOUNT MEE

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    Commencing: 22 December 10:00am
    Concluding:Unknown completion date
    Short delays expected. Traffic control on scene.
    Mount Mee Road, Mount Mee - The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is undertaking reconstruction works on Mount Mee Road to repair significant damage sustained during heavy rain in early 2013.
    The reconstruction work includes slope stabilisation, pavement repairs and drainage works. Works will generally be carried out between 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.
    Reconstruction works are required at two sites:

    ·approximately 5km north of Dayboro near Ocean View Road

    ·1.5km south of Mount Mee near Duncan Road.
    One lane will be closed under traffic control at each work site and some delays are expected. Motorists are reminded to drive to the changed conditions and obey all signage for their own safety and the safety of roadworkers.

    For up-to-date information on traffic conditions please visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40. The project is expected to be completed by the end of September 2014, weather permitting. We appreciate the ongoing patience of the community and motorists while this important project is underway. If you would like further information about the project, please contact the project team on 1800 459 366 or via email on norc_reconstruct@tmr.qld.gov.au.

    Last edited: 16 Mar 2014 15:35
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  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    NORTH LAKES

    Planned Roadworks All directions
    Construction of overpass for Kerr Road over Bruce Highway b.
    .
    Commencing: 18 July, at 12:01am
    Concluding:31 December, at 12:00am
    No delays expected. Changed traffic conditions.
    17 July 6.30pm to 18 July 5am Installation of Span 3 over the North Bound carriage Way Contra flow will be in place reducing North & South Bound to 1 lane in each direction
    Last edited: 18 Jul 2014 08:58
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  • PALMWOODS MONTVILLE ROAD

    PALMWOODS

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    800m west of Macdonald Road.
    Commencing: 25 July 2014, at 6:39pm
    Concluding:10 August 2014, at 12:00am
    All lanes affected
    Long delays expected. Observe signage.
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise of changed traffic conditions on Palmwoods-Montville Road as part of flood reconstruction works at the current site 800m west of Macdonald Road.
    During August 2014, there will be delays of up to 15 minutes on intermittent days while road surface works are undertaken at this site. Lengthy delays will be scheduled outside peak traffic times.
    Night works will also be required at this site on 1 August 2014 for the installation of new drainage across the road. The road will be closed at this location from 7pm on 1 August 2014 to 5am on 2 August 2014. Through-traffic will be diverted via Hunchy and Razorback roads and signage and traffic controllers will be in place to direct traffic.

    There might also be increased noise, dust, light and vibration associated with these night works. Impacts will be monitored and the project team will make every effort to keep disruption to a minimum.

    If the night work is unable to proceed as scheduled on this date due to unexpected weather or construction conditions, it is expected to occur at night on an alternative date during the following week.

    Details of these works are included on the attached project information sheet. If you would like further information about the project, please contact the project team on 1800 459 366 or via email on reconstruct_northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au.

    For up-to-date information on traffic conditions please visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.

    Last edited: 28 Jul 2014 15:28
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