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Safety upgrades set to begin on busy corridor

By Monica Ramsay

Pedestrians and cyclists are set to benefit from an upgrade to the Station Road corridor at Burpengary, which will provide better accessibility and safety.

Council has awarded a tender for construction to Auzcon Pty Ltd, with the new works to include half a kilometre of new footpaths footpaths running between Rowley and O’Brien Roads, plus another 900 metres connecting Progress Road and Burpengary Library.

The new works will also include more than half a kilometre of new retaining walls and fencing, highly visible and specially surfaced sections of path, improved kerb ramps and landscaping.

Work is set to begin in February and will take approximately 18 weeks to complete, weather permitting.

Mayor Peter Flannery said the $1.22M investment from Council, coupled with $400,000 from the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program, would open the precinct like never before.

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