Council, Division 9March 08, 2024 / 2 minute read

Chambers Flat Road upgrade continues

The current stage of the Chambers Flat Road upgrade continues to progress, despite recent heavy summer rainfall.

Logan City Council is progressively upgrading the major road, with the current stage focused on 3.8 kilometres from Mount Lindesay Highway, Munruben, to just north of Kings Way, Chambers Flat.

This vital east-west link carries around 19,000 vehicles a day. This is expected to rise over 20 years by 47 per cent to around 28,000 a day from regional residential and business growth.

This project is one of the ways Council is future-proofing the city’s roads to keep Logan moving safely.  When completed, Chambers Flat Road will be safer, and provide better travel conditions and flood protection.

Subject to weather and construction conditions, by the end of this year the Chambers Flat Road upgrade will deliver:

  • a new and improved road surface
  • wider lanes and sealed road shoulders
  • a bridge over Norris Creek
  • improved intersections at Kings Way and Greenvale Road, including turning lanes
  • upgraded intersections at Grevillea Road and Norris Creek Road
  • better sight lines at bends and crests
  • wildlife protection devices, including fauna fencing, escape poles, culvert crossings and nesting boxes.

When the upgraded road is commissioned, Council will reinstate the 80 kilometres per hour speed limit.



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