Tender process starts for $105m

By James Brown

The $105 million upgrade of the Boundary Rd interchange at Narangba is closer, with the tender process now starting. The project will deliver a six-lane, four-span bridge built over the Bruce Highway including a cycle and pedestrian crossing. Additional intersections at the new entry and exit ramps will also be part of the upgrade. Murrumba state Labor MP Chris Whiting said the project, due to begin in mid-2016 would deliver on improved safety and value for money. “Improving the capacity of the interchange will improve traffic flow, efficiency and safety for both commercial and private vehicles,” he said. “The details design work should be completed by the end of the next month, with a successful tenderer to be announced early next year”. The $105 million price tag is split between the Queensland Government ($21 million) and Federal Government ($84 million).

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