$300K road upgrade for Morayfield intersection
Thanks to more than $320,000 funding from the Australian Government’s Black Spot Program, Moreton Bay Regional Council has started works to upgrade the intersection of William Berry Drive and Leda Boulevard, Morayfield to improve safety for motorists.
Council Spokesperson for Asset Construction and Maintenance, and Councillor for Division 3 Adam Hain, said works would include the construction of a single lane roundabout, splitter islands, road widening and road resurfacing.
“Well maintained roads are critical for connecting our communities, driving the economy, supporting local jobs and enabling our incredible lifestyle,” he said.
“More than 15,000 motorists travel through this intersection on a daily basis.
“Road safety is a priority for this council and these works, which will be carried out in the evening to minimise disruption to road users, will address important maintenance and road safety issues ensuring our community can get around our region safely and with ease.
“As works get underway, please heed the safety advice of construction crews and signage.”
Works will take four weeks to complete, weather permitting.