Planning stages map
Map showing the study area from Beerburrum to north Brisbane.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is planning for a new transport corridor in the north Brisbane and Moreton Bay regions between Beerburrum and Bald Hills.
With more people expected to be calling the region home, a proactive approach is required to support this growth and prepare for future transport needs.
The future Bruce Highway Western Alternative (BHWA) will provide a new alternative route to the Bruce Highway. It will help alleviate congestion and support future growth in the area.
Planning and community consultation for the approximately 50-kilometre-long corridor is progressing in four stages and will identify land that needs to be protected for the future motorway.
TMR will keep the community informed when community consultation on alignment options for these stages will commence.
Timeframes for more detailed planning, design and construction of the BHWA project are unknown at this time and will depend on government priorities and future funding commitments.
Learn more about each project stage below.
Map showing the study area from Beerburrum to north Brisbane.
Stage 1 between Moodlu and Moorina is 7.25 kilometres in length.
The Stage 1 corridor was protected for a future state-controlled road in June 2022.
Stage 2 between Moorina and Narangba is 15 kilometers in length.
The Stage 2 corridor was protected for a future state-controlled road in June 2023.
Early planning for Stage 3 between Narangba and Bald Hills commenced in February 2023.
Early planning for Stage 4 between Beerburrum and Moodlu commenced in May 2023.
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