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Toowoomba Second Range Crossing

The Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) is one of Queensland's highest priority infrastructure projects.

Project phase

The Commonwealth and State Governments released an invitation for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) on 4 June 2014.

The period for EOI responses closed midday, 16 July 2014; a strong industry response was received.

Three consortia comprised of local, national and international contractors, operators and financiers have been shortlisted to participate in the Request for Proposals (RFP) phase of the procurement process. Shortlisted consortia will have the opportunity to work with Government on detailed proposals during the RFP phase.

The contract for the design, construction, operation, maintenance and finance of the TSRC is expected to be awarded mid-2015. Construction is expected to commence soon after and will take approximately three years to complete. The second range crossing is expected to be operational by mid to late-2018.

Read the joint media statement from the Deputy Prime Minister and Queensland Treasurer for more information.

Consortia information

Nexus

Nexus comprises Plenary Group, Acciona Infrastructure Australia, Ferrovial Agroman (Australia), Cintra Infraestructuras SA, Acciona Concesiones and Transfield Services (Australia).

RangeConnect

RangeConnect comprises Leighton Contractors, Thiess, Macquarie Capital (Australia), Leighton Holdings, Leighton Contractor Investment Partners and Aberdeen Infrastructure Funds.

RangeLink

RangeLink comprises Bouygues Construction Australia, Fulton Hogan Construction, Wagners Quarries, Meridiam RangeLink, Fulton Hogan Industries and Egis Projects Asia Pacific.

Description

The TSRC is a bypass route to the north of Toowoomba, approximately 41km in length, running from the Warrego Highway at Helidon in the east to the Gore Highway at Athol in the west, via Charlton.

The project represents the largest Commonwealth Government commitment to a single regional road project in Queensland history.

Once delivered, the TSRC will:

  • reduce the number of trucks in Toowoomba city
  • decrease travel time
  • relieve congestion
  • improve driver safety
  • support regional growth.

View the TSRC fact sheet (PDF 1,695 K) for more information about the project.

Contact

Email: tsrc@projectsqueensland.qld.gov.au

Last reviewed:
14 October 2014