|Funding Program:||Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||November 2009 - Mid 2010
|Estimated Project Cost:||$6,310,500
|Australian Government Contribution:||$6,310,500
The Australian Government provided $6.31 million under Round One of the program over 2008-09 and 2009-10 for seven new Heavy Vehicle Rest Areas: two located on the Flinders Highway, three on the Landsborough Highway, one on the New England Highway and one on the Gore Highway.
For information on Round Two projects in Queensland, please visit the Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program - Round Two - Qld web page.
The projects will improve safety on the routes by providing greater opportunities for Heavy Vehicle drivers to stop safely and rest.
The Australian Government provided $6.31 million to these projects.
Work commenced in November 2009 and the projects were completed by mid 2010.
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Project details last updated: 05/10/2012