Investigation of the need to upgrade and duplicate the rail line on the North Coast Rail Line.
Study which proposes a passenger rail service branching off the North Coast railway line at Beerwah, extending through Caloundra to Maroochydore.
The Cairns Bruce Highway Upgrade master plan was released in 2010. It was the result of a planning study that investigated long term, multi-modal transport planning options to address the impacts of urban growth, congestion and traffic accidents.
The Cairns Transit Network is the first busway planning project of its kind in regional Queensland. It will improve public transport in Cairns by giving buses priority, either in separate bus lanes or on dedicated bus-only lanes (busways) which will be separated from general traffic.
The Cape York Region Package is a $260.5 million package of works, jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland governments, to upgrade priority infrastructure on Cape York Peninsula.
The department will be carrying out road works to improve safety for traffic using the inbound onramp of the Centenary Highway in the vicinity of the Mount Ommaney Shopping Centre.
The Central Queensland Principal Cycle Network Plan identifies a network of existing and future core cycle routes to further improve cycling in the region.
An initiative to improve sustainable transport options and manage the pressures of population growth on Sunshine Coast roads.
The interchange at Exit 54 of the Pacific Motorway at Coomera will be upgraded to cater for continued growth in the Coomera area.
The Coomera to Helensvale Duplication Project will duplicate the final section of single track on the Gold Coast train line, between Coomera and Helensvale stations.
The Queensland Government is moving ahead with planning to reduce congestion on south-east Queensland’s rail network.
The department has developed a concept plan for the upgrade of the Cunningham Highway between Yamanto and Amberley.
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