Infrastructure and Planning

Priorities I Council of Mayors (SEQ)

Pacific Highway – Gateway to Logan – $270 million

(including an initial $20 million to fund development of the business case)

This funding will allow for feasibility works to be undertaken for an upgrade to address the operation of the 16 km section of the Pacific Motorway from the Gateway Motorway to the Logan Motorway which is significantly affected by congestion where the motorway narrows from eight lanes to six lanes and then to four lanes (at the Gateway Motorway merge).

The Infrastructure Australia Audit released in May 2015 reported sections of the Pacific Motorway are at capacity even in inter-peak periods with efficiency falling short of the majority of SEQ’s road network. When completed, this upgrade will reduce travel times for both private and commercial vehicles, offer a better integrated public transport solution and support the future economic prosperity of the region, the State and the nation

$270 million

LGA Logan City Council

  • Publication

  • Investing in Queensland's Core Growth Region: 2015 Queensland State Election Advocacy Document.

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  • 2015-16 Federal Advocacy Document - A Shared Future: Collaborative Opportunities for South East Queensland

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