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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.

Road cyclist
The Highfields to Toowoomba cycleway project is designed to provide a safe active transport option for road users traveling between Highfields and Toowoomba. Funding of $7.5 million has been committed to the project. The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) ...
Pittsworth Heavy Vehicle Decoupling area
Toowoomba Regional Council is constructing a heavy vehicle decoupling area to service the Pittsworth Industrial Precinct. The project will complement the $9.77 million Pittsworth Industrial Precinct Enabling Project completed by Council earlier this year. The project will improve safety and cater for ...
A total budget of $2.39 million has been allocated to numerous footpath, cycleway and kerb upgrade projects throughout the Region. More than $700,000 will be invested in the construction of new footpaths and the replacement of existing footpaths with major defects ...
Following a number of traffic accidents, Umbiram Road was identified for a safety upgrade under the Blackspot program. In order to upgrade the three bends on Umbiram Road from Wyreema to Umbiram, $676,000 has been allocated. Blackspot program funding of $576,000 ...
In the 2019/20 financial year, more than $6 million has been allocated to resealing regional roads, $12 million has been allocated for road rehabilitation, $6 million assigned to resheeting our gravel roads and over $1 million will go towards improving ...
The Perth and Cohoe intersection will undergo a safety upgrade under the blackspot funding program. The project will include a new roundabout, improved street lighting and pedestrian facilities. In the 2019/20 financial year, $800,000 has been allocated for the project. Blackspot ...
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