This information was correct as at 12.30pm, Friday 24 June 2016.
For further information regarding Transport and Main Road roads such as: Gladstone Monto Road, Boyne Valley (Many Peaks to Monto), Tableland and Fingerboard Road (Southern Region - Miriam Vale), Essendean Bridge please refer to Department of Transport and Main Roads Website.
(Please visit www.131940.qld.gov.au for Department of Transport and Main Roads closures)
ROAD & BRIDGE CLOSURES:
Council's Central area encompasses Gladstone, Beecher, Benaraby, Boyne Island, Tannum Sands, Quoin Island and Curtis Island.
Council's Western area encompasses Calliope, Ubobo, Nagoorin, Builyan, Boyne Valley, Mount Larcom, Ambrose and Raglan.
Council's Southern area encompasses Miriam Vale, Baffle Creek, Bororen, Agnes Water, Seventeen Seventy, Lowmead, Rosedale and Turkey Beach.
- QLD Main Roads - Construction of the Kin Kora Intersection Upgrade is under way. Motorists using the Dawson Highway and Philip Street will encounter reduced speed limits and traffic control throughout the construction period. The signalised intersection is expected to open to traffic in mid-2016. http://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/Projects/Name/K/Kin-Kora-Intersection-upgrade-Gladstone.aspx
- Council advises that DTMR RoadTek has commenced pavement reconstruction and overlay works on the Bruce Highway in Mt Larcom. The works starts at Vallis Creek, just south of the Wilmot Road intersection, and continue through Mt Larcom township to the Choice service station, on the northern side of the town. For further information please contact TMR on 4931 1507 or 1800 017177 during normal business hours.
REGIONAL ROAD WORKS
If you notice flooded roads or dangerous road conditions during the wet season, please phone our call centre on 4970 0700 or our administration centres.
Council provides road condition reports in good faith but advises this service is reliant on information received by community members. As such, some road conditions may not be included and the published details may contain errors, especially as conditions tend to change rapidly.