Boundary Road in North Lakes is finally getting the interchange upgraded! The $100.4 million Boundary Road project will involve the construction of a new six lane bridge over the Bruce Highway with four lanes for Boundary Road Traffic. Construction will commence mid 2016 and will be completed mid 2018 weather and construction conditions permitting.
“The bridge will feature a dedicated pedestrian and cycle pathway and left-slip lanes to provide free flowing access to the highway on ramps,” said Luke Howard (Federal Member for Petrie).
“The extended on and off ramps will improve safety for motorists entering and exiting the Highway, these ramps will also enhance the interchange’s ability to efficiently handle increasing traffic flows.”
“We are one step closer to commencing this important infrastructure project, which will improve capacity and safety for motorists and pedestrians in this rapidly growing area just North of Brisbane on the Bruce Highway,” said Darren Chester (Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport)
. The Construction phase will bring more than 160 jobs and further growth to the region. This project is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland government.