Highway repairs will cost almost $9m and take a year to complete

Road repairs west of the range. Photo: Susanna Freymark

It is going to cost $8.8million to fix 2.6km of the Bruxner Highway between Sandilands and Tabulam – a road used by 1100 drivers each day.

The State Government is funding the improvement works west of Sandilands and it includes:

Rehabilitating or replacing stormwater drains

Road widening

Installation of safety barriers

Improving sightlines around bends

New line markings on centre and edge lines

A new road seal

Work starts on Monday, January 29.

The project is expected to be finished by the end of the year.

State MP Janelle Saffin said: “As a local who regularly travels the Bruxner for community events and meetings, this work, once completed, will improve our driving conditions.”

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