Jetties, interchange on funded

Queensland Minister for Transport and Main Roads Mark Bailey today announced the completion of the Mooloolah River interchange business case.

“We have a preferred planning option for major upgrades near the Mooloolah River which are estimated to cost about $430 million to undertake,” Mr Bailey said.

The Interchange was originally constructed in the early 1990’s but hasn’t been upgrade in the almost three decades since.

The minister also announced the tender for jetties and the like across Queensland.

Jetty Specialists producing my jetties and pontoons that has been installed locally here at Mooloolaba and Maroochydore but also right across the state as part of the state governments green infrastructure fund, he said.

“We’ll continue that for the next two years with 30 million dollars worth of investment to make sure that our boaties in Queensland get that access to our fantastic coastline.

“We’ve got the highest boat ownership in Australia.”

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