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22 February, 2017

Major piling construction phase commences for KSD

Council’s $650 million Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade project is steaming ahead, with piling works commencing, as the roadway is widened out into the Brisbane River.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said the next phase of construction works would involve hundreds of concrete piles being bore...

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19 November, 2013

Left Turn on Red trial commences

Left Turn on Red trial commences

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is today launching a six month Left Turn on Red trial which permits motorists to turn left on a red light after stopping at five select sites across Brisbane.
The trial is being conducted to measure what benefits left tu...

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15 May, 2012

‘Annabell’ arrives at Legacy Way to start tunnelling

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today welcomed key pieces of ‘Annabell’, the first of the two enormous tunnel boring machines (TBMs), to Legacy Way’s western worksite.

During the past two nights, three oversized semi-trailers and several escort vehicles delivered Annabell’s main drive...

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05 July, 2011

Use Go Between Bridge for travel saving on Origin night

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is encouraging Brisbane motorists to use the Go Between Bridge tomorrow evening to beat the Origin traffic.

As the bridge celebrates its first birthday, the Lord Mayor said the city’s newest river crossing had proven to be a success and was meeting its traffi...

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28 June, 2011

Legacy Way construction conditions toughest ever

Major construction works are set to begin on the $1.5 billion Legacy Way project that has the toughest conditions ever for a tunnel project in Queensland.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said the 4.6km road tunnel connecting the Western Freeway at Toowong to the Inner City Bypass would have m...

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18 May, 2011

Lord Mayor on track to deliver 500 new buses

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has unveiled a 14.5-metre super bus as the 400th of a promised 500 buses by 2012 to help tackle traffic congestion.

The new super-sized rigid bus has 1.6 times the capacity of a standard bus and can carry up to 90 passengers to boost Brisbane’s bus network.<...

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