Design complete for safer D’Aguilar Highway at Sandy Creek

  • The design of a $19 million safety improvement project for the D’Aguilar Highway between Sandy Creek and Kilcoy is now complete
  • The project is part of the Australian and Queensland governments’ $415 million infrastructure investment response to COVID-19.
  • Early works are already underway, with construction expected to start later this year. https://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/projects/daguilar-highway-caboolture-yarraman-targeted-road-safety-improvements
  • Federal Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport Scott Buchholz said the funding supports the life-saving safety works on Queensland roads.

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