Have your say on Bribie Island Bridge

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has released a concept design for the next Bribie Island bridge.

The concept design includes a new bridge with two eastbound traffic lanes and a wider active transport path to accompany the existing two westbound lanes.

A key focus of the design is improving traffic flow, further supporting active transport and providing an alternate route in the event of one bridge being cut.

TMR is currently preparing a business case for the new bridge as part of wider upgrades along Caboolture-Bribie Island Road.

The proposal retains the iconic existing bridge long-term, reducing costs and environmental impact compared to constructing a new four-lane bridge.

Funding for detailed design and construction will be considered in the future against other transport infrastructure priorities across the state.

The community is invited to share their thoughts on the proposed concept design through TMR’s online consultation page from today until 11 March 2024.

Queensland’s Minister for Transport and Main Roads is encouraging feedback on the concept design from the broader community.

The consultation will be supported by a newsletter to surrounding communities and information sessions. For more details on the bridge and to have your say, visit the TMR site here.

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