Infrastructure major projects

Major projects delivered by the Infrastructure services group are detailed below. This group includes Transport & drainage, Construction & maintenance, Project services and Plant & fleet.

Mort Street artist impression
This project will upgrade sections of Mort Street to help to improve traffic flow to-and-from the new Second Range Crossing. Mort Street will be upgraded from the intersection of Jellicoe and West streets to the Second Range Crossing off-ramp. There will be intersection upgrades at Hogg/Griffiths streets, North Street and West/Jellicoe streets. Work will be carried out at various locations in the sections from Mort, Jellicoe & West streets intersection to ...
Boundary St works
The upgrade of Boundary Street will serve as a connection to help improve traffic flow to-and-from the Second Range Crossing and the Warrego Highway. It will provide lasting economic and social benefits for the Toowoomba community and help meet the future transport needs of the city. Council has allocated $50.5million over four years for both Mort and Boundary Street projects to ensure the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing integrates with our local ...
This project will deliver an upgrade of the existing section of Nass Road (Charlton), from the Warrego Highway north for approximately 1.5Km. It will involve upgrading road, drainage and water infrastructure.  The projects are designed to enhance the Toowoomba Enterprise Hub at Charlton, which will become a key logistics hub. The Toowoomba Enterprise Hub Stimulus Project will provide a critical interface between road and rail freight movement. The project involves upgrading Nass ...
The Bostock Road bridge is located between Pampas-Horrane Road and Lemontree Road. It is an important connection over the Condamine River for the surrounding communities and also a busy heavy vehicle route, especially around harvest time. This bridge upgrade will offer numerous benefits for Lemontree district residents. It will improve transport efficiency for heavy vehicles, emergency services and disaster response teams. It will also improve safety and offer far more reliable a ...
Upgraded car park vending machines The installation of upgraded pay and display parking machines in the Toowoomba central traffic area will allow motorists to pay with credit card or coins. Reliability of the parking machines will also improve. While machines are upgraded, they will be unavailable for use, but there will be other machines available to pay for parking tickets. Pay-by-bay parking meter trial Pay-by-bay parking machines are also being trialed. These parking ...
Toowoomba Regional Council, in conjunction with the Queensland Government, is constructing a cycleway (shared pathway) linking South Street to Pierce Street. The cycleway will complete the north-south active transport missing link along the West Creek corridor. It is designed to provide a safe path for cyclists and pedestrians through a “green corridor” and will run along the eastern boundary of the golf course from South Street (near Healy Street), behind Winifred ...
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