Narangba to Bald Hills

Early planning for Stage 3 of the Bruce Highway Western Alternative (BHWA) between Narangba to Bald Hills commenced early 2023.

Sections of the study area are highly developed, with environmental, flooding and other planning constraints. As a result of the highly constrained study area the number of viable alignment options will be limited for Stage 3.

TMR continues to collect early feedback on Stage 3 and we thank the community for contributions provided so far. Feedback will help inform viable alignment options. Provide early feedback on Stage 3 below.

Timeframes for more detailed planning, design and construction are not known at this time and will depend on government priorities and future funding commitments.

TMR will keep the community updated as planning progresses.

Stage 3

Stage 3 will continue south towards Bald Hills.

What would you like TMR to consider in planning for Stage 3?

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20 May, 2024

BarkDave says:

Caboolture West needs a heavy rail spur onto main line to cut car dependency on city commutes, otherwise new road will be gridlocked.

20 May, 2024

BarkDave says:

Must have a new Pine River crossing and join to future northern tunnel to Brisbane, gateway, and future western orbital.

20 May, 2024

BarkDave says:

Build once with 3 or 4 lanes each direction to avoid inevitable future upgrades, disruption and lower total cost. Get it right first time.

14 May, 2024

Wheresthepublictransportoption says:

How will this project impact people living in existing suburbs and developments?

14 May, 2024

Wheresthepublictransportoption says:

How will this project serve people moving to new Caboolture W development? Will it provide them with a mix of public & private transport

14 May, 2024

Wheresthepublictransportoption says:

How does this project support and improve public transport options for people in our region?

14 May, 2024

Wheresthepublictransportoption says:

How does this project reduce the numbers of petrol vehicles on our roads?

14 May, 2024

Wheresthepublictransportoption says:

How are the environment and koala habitat areas being protected by this project?

14 May, 2024

Wheresthepublictransportoption says:

How are climate targets being met in this project?

30 April, 2024

awilt17 says:

For Stage 3 you should think about a 6 - 10 lane freeway rather than 4, the M1 on the Gold Coast is 8 lanes and it’s still full of traffic.

23 April, 2024

Joshashman says:

Baldhills residents already have enough road noise from the current highway. Look at entering more south like carsildine to solve congestion

9 April, 2024

keepawayfromourbush says:

Our land is suffering enough. Look at how many developments and bush have been destroyed. The answer is reduce population simple.