Roads to Recovery

Brisbane City Council is undertaking a number of key road upgrades between 2014 and 2019 to improve capacity and safety for all users.

$74 million was secured in funding from the Australian Government’s Roads to Recovery (R2R) Programme which helps local governments carry out key road projects.

As Brisbane continues to grow, these projects will prove invaluable in keeping our city moving by enabling our roads to handle increased traffic demands and by improving road safety for all users.

Allocated funding will be spread over five years between the 2014-15 and 2018-19 financial years, supporting design, land acquisition and construction stages of projects as required. Calls for tenders for projects will follow after community consultation, design and land acquisitions are finalised.

Current projects - Roads to Recovery funding

Roads to Recovery current project details
Bracken RidgeTelegraph Road corridor upgrade: stage 1bStage 1b of the Telegraph Road corridor upgrade will involve widening Telegraph Road from two to four lanes with a centre median from Norris Road to east of Mustang Street.
Bracken Ridge/Deagan/Fitzgibbon/TaigumTelegraph Road corridor upgrade: stage 2Stage 2 of the Telegraph Road corridor upgrade will improve safety, travel times, facilities for pedestrians and cyclists, road flood immunity and existing and future traffic demands.
WacolProgress Road: stage 4Stage 4 of the Progress Road project will involve upgrading Progress Road between Boundary Road and the Centenary Motorway to improve safety, increase flood immunity and increase capacity to cater for future traffic growth.
WacolWolston Creek Bridge upgradeThis upgrade will increase safety and accessibility and improve travel time reliability and freight connectivity.


Last updated:13 May 2019