Logan Motorway Enhancement Project

Upgrading the Logan Motorway and Gateway Extension Corridor

Logan motorway upgrade

  • Project value:

    $512 million

  • Proponent:

    Transurban Queensland

  • Funding:

    Funded through variations to tolling arrangements

  • Finance:

    Financed by Transurban Queensland

  • Contract style:

    Variation to existing government franchise agreement with Transurban Queensland

  • Procurement completed:

    2017

  • Delivery period:

    Early 2017 – mid 2019

Transurban Queensland (TQ) was the first proponent in Queensland to take advantage of the Queensland Government’s Market-Led Proposal framework and the first to proceed to contract close following a staged assessment process.

TQ operates and maintains the Logan, Gateway and Gateway Extension motorways under a long-term agreement with the State and proposed a $512 million enhancement to the Logan Motorway and Gateway Extension motorways.

Queensland Treasury partnered with the Department of Transport and Main Roads to undertake a thorough assessment of TQ’s detailed proposal and was satisfied that the project was commercially sound and would deliver positive outcomes for Queenslanders.

Under the Logan Motorway Enhancement Project, TQ undertook a range of improvements to the motorways and surrounding roads to improve driver safety, reduce travel times, relive local traffic congestion and enhance connectivity with other major road networks. Following a competitive tendering process, CPB Contractors was contracted by TQ to undertake the works.


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Our partnership with the Queensland Government throughout the detailed proposal phase has ensured we achieve the best possible outcomes for motorists, industry and the wider community.”

Transurban Group General Manager, Queensland

Wes Ballantine

Last updated: 3 April 2018