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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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  • STEVE IRWIN WAY

    GLENVIEW

    Fault - other Hazard All directions
    Energex power outage affecting multiple signals through Landsbrough, Glenview, Caloundra and Bells Creek.
    Unknown traffic impact. Proceed with caution.
    Last edited: 28 Mar 2015 13:04
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • DAGUILAR HIGHWAY

    WOOLMAR

    Potholes or road surface damage Hazard All directions
    D'Aguilar Hwy open under reduced speed limit due to road surface damage.
    Lane or lanes reduced
    Delays expected. Proceed with caution.
    Last edited: 28 Mar 2015 13:09
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • SKYRING CREEK ROAD EXIT

    FEDERAL


    Closed to all vehicles
    use alternative route.

    Last edited: 09 Mar 2015
    Next update:13 Mar 2015 Information provided by Noosa Shire Council via QIT+

  • MAHON ROAD

    COOMINYA


    Closed to all vehicles
    use alternative route.

    Last edited: 11 Feb 2015
    Next update:06 May 2015 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: 23 Mar 2015 07:51
    Next update:as conditions change
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

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  • 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 2014, at 1:34pm
    Concluding:30 June 2015, at 12:00am
    Delays expected. Reduced speed limit (80km/h).

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that pavement works will be underway on a section of the Bruce Highway southbound lanes, north of Coochin Creek, from 3 September 2014 to early December 2014, weather permitting. These works are part of the Bells Creek Road/Roys Road interchange upgrade project.

    To minimise traffic disruptions, works will be carried out Sunday to Thursday, 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 road users for their patience.

    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 office in Maroochydore on 5451 7055 or email northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au.
    Last edited: 19 Sep 2014 12:02
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  • BRISBANE VALLEY HIGHWAY

    BRAEMORE

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that construction of the new overtaking lane on the Brisbane Valley Highway just south of Braemore.
    Commencing: 03 November 2014, at 9:11am
    Concluding:Mid 2015
    Lane or lanes reduced
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that construction of the new overtaking lane on the Brisbane Valley Highway just south of Braemore.

    The project will involve widening and sealing the existing road formation and upgrading the Scrub Creek Road intersection with the highway to improve turning movements through the intersection. Works will also involve provision of a 1m wide painted median to separate the northbound and southbound traffic and improve safety for travelling motorists.

    Works are scheduled to commence 20 October 2014, weather permitting, and will be undertaken Monday to Friday between 6am and 6pm. Some weekend works may be required. The project is scheduled for completion by mid-2015.

    Reduced speed limits, lane closure, signage and traffic control will be in place during works to safeguard motorist and roadworkers. Motorists are encouraged to drive to the changed traffic conditions and obey signs and traffic controller directions at all times.

    TMR is committed to keeping you informed as construction progresses. Further information on the upgrade is available at www.tmr.qld.gov.au, click on ‘projects’ and search for the ‘Brisbane Valley Highway overtaking lane’ project page. For up-to-date information on traffic conditions, please visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.

    Last edited: 03 Nov 2014 09:12
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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 (weather permitting), 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.Southbound traffic exiting to Cooroy and Noosa will be diverted via the existing highway just after Black Mountain Range Road until April 2015. This exit will be temporarily closed from 23 to 27 March. Motorists will have the option to exit the highway southbound at Pioneer Road, Black Mountain Range Road or Exit 230B at Cooroy. VMS signage will be in place to guide motorists.


    Cooroy southern interchange to Cudgerie Drive

    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 early 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: 20 Mar 2015 19:26
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  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    ELIMBAH

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    Upgrade works – Pumicestone Road Interchange. Speed restrictions remain in place through the project site.
    Minor delays expected. Traffic control on scene.
    Commencing: Mid 2015
    Concluding:30 June 2015, at 6:00pm
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.

    Road works are currently underway in both directions on the Bruce Highway at Elimbah as part of the Pumicestone Road Interchange upgrade project.

    Traffic management is in place and motorists are encouraged to drive to the changed traffic conditions and obey signs and traffic controller directions at all times.

    Restrictions are in place for excess dimension vehicles of more than 7m wide or higher than 6.5m. 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.

    Completion of the entire project is expected in mid-2015. We would like to thank motorists and the local community for their patience during construction. Further information on the upgrade is available at www.tmr.qld.gov.au, click on ‘projects’ and search for the ‘Pumicestone Road interchange’ project page. For up-to-date information on traffic conditions, please visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.
    Last edited: 10 Mar 2015 12:04
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  • 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
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  • CURRIE STREET

    NAMBOUR

    Planned Roadworks All directions
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that electrical maintenance and rectification works along Currie Street are scheduled to commence on 27 January 2015, weather permitting.
    Commencing: 27 January 2015, at 6:00pm
    Concluding:April 2015
    Lane or lanes reduced
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that electrical maintenance and rectification works along Currie Street are scheduled to commence on 27 January 2015, weather permitting.

    Works will occur at the following locations:

    - Currie Street and Lowe Street intersection
    - Currie Street and Mill/Howard Streets intersection.

    Due to the high volumes of traffic at this location, works will take place at night from Monday to Thursday between 6pm and 4am. Works will commence at the Lowe Street intersection then continue along to the Mill and Howard Streets intersection, with the project taking approximately 14 weeks to complete.

    For the safety of roadworkers and motorists, changed traffic conditions will be in place, including lane closures and reduced speed limits. Motorists should also expect some minor delays. TMR apologises for any inconvenience this may cause and thanks you for your patience.

    For further information about this work, please contact Mr Andrew Woods, Senior Electrical Engineer on 0409 753 261. Mr Woods will be pleased to assist.

    Last edited: 19 Jan 2015 17:00
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  • PRICE STREET

    NAMBOUR

    Planned Roadworks All directions
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to inform you of upcoming construction works at the Nambour park ‘n’ ride project site located on the eastern side of Price Street near the intersection with Hospital Road.
    Commencing: 17 November 2014, at 6:00am
    Concluding:End January 2015, weather permitting
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to inform you of upcoming construction works at the Nambour park ‘n’ ride project site located on the eastern side of Price Street near the intersection with Hospital Road.

    Works will involve constructing an additional 50 parking spaces at the Nambour rail and bus interchange to improve parking opportunities for passengers using the bus and rail services in Nambour.

    Work is scheduled to commence 17 November 2014, and will be undertaken Monday to Saturday from 6am to 6pm. Works are scheduled for completion by end of January 2015, weather permitting.

    Motorists may experience minor traffic disruptions while work is taking place. TMR understands roadworks can be frustrating for nearby residents and road users and would like to thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation.

    Signage and traffic control will be in place during works to safeguard motorists and roadworkers. 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 visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.

    For information or enquiries on roadworks and traffic conditions, or to report an incident, call 13 19 40 or visit www.131940.qld.gov.au.

    Last edited: 13 Nov 2014 14:00
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  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    NARANGBA

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    Intermittent night works will be undertaken and temporary traffic changes will be in place on the Bruce Highway between Dohles Rocks Road and Uhlmann Road, between 7pm and 5am from late January to late March 2015, weather permitting.
    Commencing: 30 January 2015, at 7:00pm
    Concluding:Late March 2015
    Lane or lanes reduced
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that intermittent night works will be undertaken and temporary traffic changes will be in place on the Bruce Highway between Dohles Rocks Road and Uhlmann Road, between 7pm and 5am from late January to late March 2015, weather permitting.

    The works are part of the Bruce Highway Managed Motorway Project and are required to upgrade intelligent transport systems (ITS).

    Activities may include:
    • temporary closure of short sections of the road shoulder and/or lane closures for several hours per work location
    • temporary speed reductions in work locations on the Bruce Highway to 80km/hour
    • accessing existing electrical cabinets and conduits along the road shoulder or median
    • communications cable installation, upgrades and connection works

    Nearby residents may experience some construction noise and lighting during the night works. The project team will endeavour to progress work as quickly as possible to minimise any disruption.

    Variable message signs will be in place and information about traffic disruptions will be also be available from the 13 19 40 traffic report line and www.131940.qld.gov.au.

    If you would like further information about the project, please contact the project team on 1800 502 307, email northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au or visit www.tmr.qld.gov.au/projects and search under Bruce Highway Managed Motorway Project.

    Last edited: 29 Jan 2015 15:33
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  • 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
    Lane or lanes reduced
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.
    Last edited: 19 Sep 2014 12:01
    Information provided by Department of Transport and Main Roads.

  • BRIBIE BRIDGE

    SANDSTONE POINT

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    One lane closed 7pm to 5am for works on bridge .
    Commencing: 22 March 2015, at 7:00pm
    Concluding:29 May 2015, at 5:00am
    One lane closed
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.
    Painting of the bridge and the installation of pedestrian passing bays.
    Traffic controllers will be on scene and some delays may occur. Works will occur at night between 7am and 5am.
    Last edited: 20 Mar 2015 10:52
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  • BRUCE HIGHWAY

    TANAWHA

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) advises that guardrails will soon be installed on the Bruce Highway at the Ilkley Road overpass bridge.
    Commencing: 25 March 2015, at 7:00am
    Concluding:30 April 2015, at 5:00pm
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) advises that guardrails will soon be installed on the Bruce Highway at the Ilkley Road overpass bridge.

    The new guardrails will be installed at the piers and abutment of the bridge to improve safety for all road users.

    Intermittent day work is scheduled to commence on 25 March 2015 and will be carried out over approximately four weeks, weather permitting. Work will generally be underway between 7am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

    For the safety of roadworkers and motorists, changed traffic conditions including traffic control devices, single lane closures and speed reductions will apply during the works. Variable Messaging Signage (VMS) boards will also be deployed at the approaches to the bridges prior to the work commencing.

    TMR apologises for any inconvenience this work may cause, and thanks you for your patience.

    For more information I encourage you to contact Mr Geoff Bates, Senior Engineer (Civil) on 5451 7055 or by email at northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au. Mr Bates will be pleased to assist.

    Last edited: 20 Mar 2015 19:31
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  • DAVID LOW WAY

    YAROOMBA

    Planned Roadworks Both Directions
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that work to install a pedestrian refuge on David Low Way between Yerranya Row and Goongilla Street is due to begin in the week commencing 16 March 2015, weather permitting.
    Commencing: 16 March 2015, at 6:00am
    Concluding:31 March 2015, at 5:00pm
    Lane or lanes reduced
    Delays expected. Traffic control on scene.

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that work to install a pedestrian refuge on David Low Way between Yerranya Row and Goongilla Street is due to begin in the week commencing 16 March 2015, weather permitting.

    The pedestrian refuge will be installed on David Low Way mid-way between Yerranya Row and Goongilla Street to improve safety for pedestrians. The work will involve installing two raised concrete medians with an at-grade opening. Warning signage will be installed on approach to the refuge to warn motorists of the likelihood of pedestrians crossing the road, and a new street lighting pole will be installed to improve night-time visibility. A concrete footpath will also be installed on the western side of David Low Way to connect the refuge to the bus stop near the Yerranya Row intersection.

    TMR has engaged RoadTek to undertake construction for this project. Work will generally be carried out from Monday to Friday between 6am and 5pm. Work requiring lane closures on David Low Way will need to be undertaken at night, including asphalting of a section of road. The asphalting work is expected to take several nights to complete, weather permitting, and will be undertaken between 6pm and 5am.

    Work is due to be completed within one month, weather permitting. If you have any questions about this work, please call Mr Anthony Foukas, Engineer (Civil) on 5451 7055.
    Last edited: 10 Mar 2015 12:10
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  • HORNIBROOK ESPLANADE

    CLONTARF

    Special Event Both Directions
    Ted Smout Bridge and Hornibrook Esplanade. .
    Commencing: 29 March 2015, at 5:00am
    Concluding:29 March 2015, at 12:00pm
    Road closed single direction
    Delays expected. Allow extra travel time.
    Ted Smout Bridge closed 5:00am to 11:15am. Traffic to use northbound bridge (one lane in each direction)
    Hornibrook Esplanade closed southbound between Oxley Avenue to Elizabeth Avenue.
    Last edited: 26 Mar 2015 11:45
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