The Queensland Government has recognised the benefits of increasing access for type 1 road train vehicles east of Biloela to industry and the state's economy following completion of a $40 million project to replace timber bridges in Central Queensland.
The new $4.9 million two-lane Tone Bridge located along the Boyup Brook - Cranbrook Road at Tonebridge, Western Australia, is now complete, with the project set to improve safety for passenger and freight vehicles.
The Queensland Government has awarded the $28 million contract to upgrade 18 ageing rail bridges on the West Moreton rail network to a local company.
Claremont’s ageing Ashton Avenue Bridge is another step closer to being replaced, with the $8.4 million construction contract to build its replacement awarded this week.
Roadworks are now complete on the bridge in Mandurah, Western Australia, with all four lanes now open to the public.