Motorists and residents between Daisy Hill and Logan are being asked for feedback on the third and final stage of the multi-billion M1 (Pacific Motorway) North upgrade program.
Stage one, upgrading the M1/M3 Gateway Merge, was completed in May 2020.
Stage two, the $750 million, Eight Mile Plains to Daisy Hill upgrade, is in construction. It includes widening the motorway, extending the South East Busway to Springwood, a new bus station and park ‘n’ ride at Rochdale and continuing the M1 cycleway.
Work on the business case for stage three between Daisy Hill and Logan Motorway is underway and feedback is being sought on the design concept.
The proposed upgrade includes:
- Widening 10 kilometres between Daisy Hill and Logan Motorway
- Extending the South East Busway from Springwood bus station to Mandew Street
- Three new bus stations at Chatswood Road, Loganlea Road and Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road
- Two new park ‘n’ ride facilities at Chatswood Road and Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road
- Major upgrades to Paradise Road, Mandew Street, Grandis Street and Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road interchanges.
Proposals also include a nine-kilometre cycleway extension, providing a healthy and active way to travel between Brisbane and Logan.
$1 billion has been committed by the Australian and Queensland Governments (50:50) for the planning, business case delivery and future stages of the project.
Consultation will run from 7 November to 27 November 2022.
In addition to providing online feedback, the community is invited to attend drop-in sessions to ask questions and find out more information.
To get more information on the consultation drop-in sessions, view the concept designs, and provide feedback, visit www.tmr.qld.gov.au/daisyhilltologanmwy