Payne Street – temporary road closure

A temporary road closure will be required at the intersection of Payne Street and Moggill Road. These works are required to upgrade the watermain, drainage and gas infrastructure along Payne Street and will make its way down along Manchester Terrace, Nelson Parade and Vincent Street. Construction equipment will also be stored the end Payne Street and Moggill Road. 

When will this work take place?

This table provides information on the timing of the Moggill Road Corridor Upgrade Project Stage 1 including time and dates
Start From Sunday 22 May for up to four months, weather and site conditions permitting. 
Time and day Day works will be carried out Monday to Saturday from 7am to 6pm.  Night works will be carried out Sunday to Thursday from 7.30pm to 5.30am .

What does this work include?

  • Payne Street at Moggill Road will be closed for the duration of the construction works. Further closures may be required after these works.
  • Temporary fencing in the closed section of Payne Street to establish an area for construction equipment.
  • Works to upgrade the watermain, stormwater and other public utility infrastructure.
  • Extension of yellow no parking lines.

Construction activities will include:

  • saw cutting of the road
  • Trenching and excavation to replace/install utilities
  • vacuum excavation
  • vegetation removal
  • road reinstatement works.

Where will the works be?

Works will start on Payne Street and progress in small sections along Manchester Terrace, Vincent Street. Nelson Parade and Waverley Road while the intersection closure is in place. (see map over page). 

Traffic changes and road closures

For the safety of all road users, the intersection of Payne Street and Moggill Road will be closed during construction works.  

  • Vehicles will no longer be able to turn left into Payne Street (northbound) from Moggill Road
  • Vehicles will no longer be able to exit Payne Street onto Moggill Road.
  • Access to residential properties and businesses will be maintained at all times. Traffic controllers will be in place to guide residents through the works area.
  • Access for people walking and riding will be maintained near the work areas however some temporary changes may occur.

How does this impact me?

While we are working you might experience some inconvenience and noise, but we’ll do our best to avoid disrupting you. However, you might experience:  

  • Noise, dust and possible vibration from the construction activities. For safety reasons, reversing beepers and flashing lights will be used at all times during work hours.
  • Temporary parking restrictions will be in place. Signage will be in place and further notifications will be provided to affected residents.
  • Traffic control and speed limits will be reduced in the work areas.
  • Temporary lighting and lighting towers may be used to light work areas at night.

Contact us

We thank you for your patience and cooperation during these essential works. If you have any questions, please contact the project team via email or free call: 1800 572 132 (during business hours) or email.

For information outside of business hours, please call Council’s Contact Centre on (07)3403 8888.

A community drop-in centre is open for the public to speak with the project team at 12 Riverview Terrace Indooroopilly on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am until 4pm.

Frequently Asked Questions?

Why are the works being carried out in Payne Street, Manchester Terrace, Nelson Parade and Vincent Street? 

Essential infrastructure that delivers gas, water and communication services to residential and commercial properties in Indooroopilly surrounding the upgrade need to be relocated and upgraded as part of the project.

Why is Payne Street being closed? 

Payne Street at the intersection of Moggill Road is being closed temporarily to allow for construction works to be carried out.  At the completion of the project, the left turn out of Payne Street onto Moggill Road will be reinstated.  Due to safety, the left turn into Payne Street from Moggill Road will remain closed permanently.

Why is vegetation being removed? 

Some vegetation will be removed to allow the utility providers to gain access to and install new infrastructure including new pipes under the road and road verge

At the end of the project, the area will be replanted with vegetation that complements the local amenity and will still allow access to the infrastructure for maintenance.

Why is on street parking being restricted? 

Works will include excavation in the road to install or replace the water infrastructure and other utilities. For safety, residents should park their vehicles within property boundaries or on a neighbouring street. On street parking will be reinstated when works are complete.

 

Date posted:
Last updated: 17 May 2022

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